The Benicia Tree Foundation is proud to be a part of a growing community of tree organizations in the Bay Area.
The Mission of the Benicia Tree Foundation is to strengthen community by promoting and supporting tree planting, maintenance, and education.
Canopy protects and grows the urban forest in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, and neighboring communities.
Our vision is that California’s communities are cleaner, healthier and more prosperous through collaborative action and investments in urban forests and urban greening.
Friends of the Urban Forest's mission is to promote a larger, healthier urban forest as part of San Francisco’s green infrastructure through community planting, tree care, education, and advocacy.
The mission of Our City Forest is to cultivate a green and healthy San José metropolis by engaging community members in the appreciation, protection, growth and maintenance of our urban ecosystem, especially our urban forest.
The mission is to sustain and enhance the trees of Mountain View, California, through community stewardship, education and advocacy.
The California Oak Foundation’s (COF) mission for 20 years was to inform Californians about the importance of protecting and perpetuating the state’s native oak woodlands, wildlife habitats and watersheds.
Mission is to empower grassroots efforts and build strategic partnership that preserve, protect, and enhance California’s urban and community forests.
To support grassroots, citizen-based nonprofit organizations dedicated to urban and community tree planting, care, conservation, and education.
The purpose of Marin ReLeaf is to improve the quality of life in Marin County communities by promoting awareness of the benefits of urban forestry and by engaging community members in the appreciation and protection of trees in urban habitats. Marin ReLeaf is dedicated to planting trees in public spaces and providing education and advocacy programs for Marin communities.
American Forests protects and restores forests, helping to preserve the health of our planet for the benefit of its inhabitants.
Here is a map of tree organizations in the Bay Area (and beyond):
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