NC Community Tree Advocacy Network
Who We Are:
A network of community leaders advising the NC Urban Forest Council and working towards preserving and enhancing NC’s urban forests through promoting legislative/policy, high level fundraising, and advancing best practices in advocating for urban forests for the benefit of all NC citizens.
Click on a member logo to visit their website and learn more about their community efforts:
What We Do:
Work to grow and enhance community-led urban forest initiatives that create healthier and more equitable places to live.
The NC Community Tree Advocacy Network provides an opportunity for community-led tree organizations to share ideas, learn from each other, and have a stronger and unified voice on urban tree and greenspace issues.
Benefits of Urban Trees:
Urban trees offer solutions to economic, environmental, safety, and health issues all North Carolina communities face. CLICK HERE for more research and information.
Arbor Day 2022
2022 Arbor Day News Release
The North Carolina Tree Care Advocacy Network urges North Carolina homeowners, municipalities, businesses, and developers to honor NC Arbor Day by preserving and planting trees in their communities year round to further benefit the state’s economy, environment, and health. READ MORE HERE.
2022 Arbor Day Celebrations
Asheville/Buncombe County area: Asheville Greenworks - April 24, 2022 - Spring Tree Giveaway
Durham: We Plant it Forward & TreesDurham - March 20, 2022 - Arbor Day Tree Giveaway
Davidson: Davidson Lands Conservancy - March 19, 2022 - Arbor Day Tree Planting at South Prong Greenway
Charlotte: Trees Charlotte - March 18, 2022 - Arbor Day TreeAdoption
Raleigh: We Plant It Forward - April 24, 2022 - Arbor Day Celebration at Dorthea Dix
Wilmington: Alliance for Cape Fear Trees - March 18, 2022 - Commuity Disaster Recovery Tree Distribution
March 23, 2022 - Wrightsville Beach Brewery - Arbor Day Anniversary "Friend-Raiser"
To find tree planting and community events year round, click on the member logos above and check out their event calendars.
If you are part of a local tree group and want to learn more about the NC Community Tree Advocacy Network, contact Leslie Moorman (email@example.com).