Urban Forestry Project

Tree Toga 6 is April 29th 2017

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EXPLORING TREES in SARATOGA (& in general)
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Volunteer
Donate A Tree – Donate to Sustainable Saratoga’s Tree Fund (PDF)
Communicate with us at trees@sustainablesaratoga.org

Communicate with City Hall
Questions or concerns about the City’s trees, contact Michael Veitch,
Business Manager in the Dept. of Public Works – michael.veitch@saratoga-springs.org

TREES PAY US BACK
Cost-Effective Parts of our Urban Infrastructure

The Urban Forestry Project (UFP) enfolds the entirety of Sustainable Saratoga’s tree effort, under which we educate, advocate and act on behalf of Saratoga’s urban forest.

The Tree Toga planting days are the most visible action taken by Sustainable Saratoga’s Urban Forestry Project.  Since 2014, we have organized Tree Toga planting efforts each year, deploying large numbers of citizen volunteers to plant, water, and host the trees.

Centennial Trees is our multi-year effort (2015-2020) through which Sustainable Saratoga is mobilizing a broad web of public-private partnerships to accomplish two primary goals:

(1) to regain a “large tree vision” for Saratoga’s urban forest, meaning that large-growing trees are at the core of our planting vision and

(2) while the Centennial Tree program is up an running, to plant a substantial and impactful cohort of large-growing trees in prominent, transformative locations around town, leaving a Centennial legacy for the kids and the grandkids

Thanks to former board member Jim Zack for this sequence of “then and now” views of North Broadway. Should the city restore the double rows of trees originally established in these spacious tree lawns?

Click here to explore our
INTERACTIVE TREE MAP
of Saratoga (with 2014 updates)

Click here to view our interactive tree inventory of more than 4800 trees, updated 2014.