TreeUtah works with students, municipalities, local businesses, community groups, and volunteers to plant trees in public spaces throughout Utah. They plant trees of all types and sizes to make Utah a greener place to live, work, and play.
Their Community Tree Planting program helps make school and parks beautiful and inviting by planting and maintaining large trees. With newly planted trees, these areas will help improve the air, lower temperatures in our cities, and even reduce crime.
To ensure the health of natural ecosystems, Tree Utah's Ecological Restoration volunteers help plant thousands of native trees and woody perennials along riparian corridors like the Jordan River. They also work on reforestation efforts on National Forest Service lands such as in Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons in Salt Lake County. To date, TreeUtah has planted more than 385,000 trees with the help of over 165,000 volunteers and donors around Utah.
TreeUtah is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Their mission is to improve Utah’s quality of life for present and future generations by enhancing the environment through tree planting, stewardship, and education.
Learn more about Tree Utah here.