Riverport

Our partnership with Riverport, a business park located in southwest Louisville, came about rather serendipitously. Initially, we contacted the Metro Division of Community Forestry to help us identify large green spaces prime for large tree planting projects. And identify they … Continue reading

Lincoln Elementary (Part 2)

TreesLouisville’s partnership with Lincoln Elementary began in early 2016, where we worked with the school’s administrators and custodial staff to plant a diverse selection of species of trees that provide the ecosystem services of air quality improvement, storm water management, and … Continue reading

Foster Traditional Academy

When devising new planting projects, we strive to develop landscape plans that will not only improve the natural environment of the surrounding area, but offer benefits that improve the health and wellness of the people living in that community. That’s one … Continue reading

Tree Expeditions: Oklahoma

Our Senior Adviser, Mike Hayman, has over the past 30 years cultivated a tree network which now stretches from Dr. Michael Dirr, retired professor at the University of Georgia, the most influential tree man in the United States; to Richard Olsen, … Continue reading

Vogt Scholarship Awards Banquet

For the second year in a row, TreesLouisville provided the table arrangements for the guests of the Vogt Scholarship Awards Banquet. This year, our Program Coordinator Charlotte put together the arrangements using black containers and burlap. Each table arrangement held … Continue reading

Farnsley Middle School

We were really excited to learn that the Rubbertown Community Advisory Council (RCAC) wanted to donate trees to be planted at Farnsley Middle School this spring. We had the pleasure last fall to work with Carrie Buchanan, one of the … Continue reading

duPont Manual High School

Elif Ozyurekoglu is a student at Manual High School. She contacted TreesLouisville this year because some of her classmates had begun a discussion about planting and caring for trees on the campus. Manual’s campus (with a very iconic building) is … Continue reading