Welcome to TreePennsylvania, registered as the Pennsylvania Urban and Community Forestry Council.  We are a state-wide, non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing the growing forests throughout Pennsylvania’s urban landscape.


LATEST NEWS:

Congratulations to the 2017 TreeVitalize grant recipients!!  View the press release here.
Borough of Hollidaysburg, Carnegie Shade Tree Commission, City of Easton, City of Harrisburg, City of Lancaster, City of Warren, City of Wilkes Barre, Derry Township, Friends of Briar Bush, Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, Greater Hazleton Area Civic Partnership, Greenfield Township, Huntingdon Shade Tree Commission, Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority, Millcreek Township, Municipality of Kingston, Silver Spring Township, Waynesburg Borough, West Pittston Borough, Williamsport, Wilson Borough

Information about 2018 funding opportunities will be announced in mid-Spring 2017. Stay tuned!

TreeVitalize Program Survey
Our partners at PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources are disseminating an online to survey assess the status of community shade tree programs across the Commonwealth. We are asking those who most directly oversee their municipal shade tree program to please complete the survey. These people would generally by the City Arborist, if there is one, or the chairman of the Shade Tree Commission/Committee, if active. Otherwise, it would be the employee responsible for street trees, such as the Public Works Director, Park Manager, or Street Superintendent.

The purpose of the survey is to gain a better understanding of how shade trees are managed in the state, and to verify information the state is required to report to the USDA Forest Service, which provides funding for the TreeVitalize program.

You can complete the online survey by clicking the image below or download a copy here. If you have any questions please contact Ellen Roane at eroane@pa.gov.
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