Urban Forestry – inspiring teamwork and partnerships to expand and preserve Saratoga’s urban forest

Trees are a critical component of the City’s infrastructure that essentially pay for themselves: they increase property values, reduce water pollution, improve air quality, support a variety of wildlife, enhance people’s quality of life, and provide an aesthetically pleasing homage to Saratoga’s vibrant history.

NEWSWORTHY NOTES

Tree Toga 9 added another 30 trees to the urban forest – Read more about it here

Spring is the time for mulching – don’t let your mulch kill your trees! Read on…

Check out this sequence of “then and now” views of North Broadway put together by former Sustainable Saratoga Board member Jim Zack. 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.