Partners and Supporters
Our Annual Partners make it possible for us to deliver educational programming, develop templates and resources, and provide leadership in urban areas across the state. We thank you for helping us sustain North Carolina’s green legacy as we partner with individuals, organizations, and communities in raising awareness toward improving and maintaining North Carolina’s community forests. For more information on how you can become an Annual Partner, click here.
These partners are major supporters of all of our educational programming and initiatives. Their support helps us develop new outreach materials to better educate the tree care industry and NC homeowners, while also supporting our statewide educational programs. Their support helps sustain our Legacy Tree Fund program, keeping our communities green.
These partners support our ongoing education programs and intiatives, helping to keep the tree care industry and partners up-to-date on tree-care practices. Thier support helps us develop new partnerships and intiatives to promote the benefits of trees to NC citizens.
These partners support our ongoing education programs and intiatives, helping to keep the tree care industry and partners up-to-date on tree-care practices. Thier support allows us to keep our education and outreach efforts statewide.
If the Partner Level Sponsorships aren’t appropriate, here are some other ways to support the NC Urban Forest Council Programs:
Our Annual Conference sponsors support our visiting speakers presenting on up-to-date research and tree-care standards and practice from around the country.
Sponsoring our annual Carolina Canopy workshop series allows us to deliver quality educational programming statewide, keeping our tree-care industry up-to-date on proper tree care practices. We offer up to 6 Carolina Canopy workshops across the state each year.
The Tree Board webinar brings free education to tree board and community members that help manage our community's trees. They may not have the professional education and experience in tree care, but they have the passion to make sure urban trees are protected and managed for the benefits of their citizens.