Interested in planting and caring for trees and sharing the benefits of our urban forest with your community? Click here to learn more about our Canopy Corps Volunteer Program.
Blog contributors: Passionate about trees and horticulture? Love to write? Contribute to the tree discussion by writing op-ed or educational pieces for our blog!
Events: Volunteer at events like farmers’ markets and tree giveaways to let people know about TreesLouisville’s work, answer questions, and promote our mission! This is a great opportunity to get out into your community and meet new people. Check out our Events Calendar below to view upcoming opportunities.
Social media advocates: Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and pledge to help us spread the word about upcoming events and advocacy opportunities by liking and sharing our posts.
Make public comments on proposed development plans / Attend planning commission meetings: Speak out in support of trees and oppose development plans that call for clear-cutting. These meetings take place every first and third Thursday of each month at 1pm in the Old Jail Auditorium at 514 W. Liberty St.
Find a meeting: https://louisville.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx
View development plans by downloading a PDF of the meeting agenda and reviewing the landscape plans. Please feel free to email us with specific questions.
Trees: Nature’s Machines
Our science curriculum unit shows students how to calculate the ecosystem benefits of specific trees on campus or at home!
Request a poster kit
Email us to receive a kit of three tree-themed posters for your classroom!
TreesLouisville is always looking for partners to help us improve canopy in our community, particularly in areas identified by the most recent Urban Tree Canopy Assessment of greatest in need.
Want to sponsor a project at a special school, street, or area of town? We can help facilitate the perfect project for individuals, families, or companies. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 502-208-8746 to discuss sponsorship opportunities.