Help Tree New Mexico plant trees in Albuquerque!
Planting Volunteers: Must wear closed toed shoes and bring your own water bottle and gloves. During COVID restrictions, wear a mask and social distance. Please bring a shovel if you have one. Hats and susnscreen are recommended. Please be able to lift and carry 20 lbs. Children, age 11-14 must each be accompanied by an adult. This isn't a safe environment for children 0-10 due to busy streets and sharp tools. Small snacks are provided.T-shirts are available until we run out. Contact Tamar Randall at email@example.com or call the Tree New Mexico office at 505-265-4554 to volunteer to help plant trees.
Tree New Mexico’s ABQ NeighborWoods program organizes tree events, planting 100 trees and giving away 100 trees in neighborhoods across Albuquerque. We have increased the trees in Albuquerque by almost 4,000 in a collaborative effort between Tree New Mexico staff, the neighborhood association leaders, and the neighborhood’s city councilor. This program is funded by Albuquerque City Councilor’s discretionary funds and the neighborhood is chosen by the councilor.
This community-building program introduces neighbors to each other and supports neighbors in their community. Enhancing urban tree canopy provides for safer, healthier neighborhoods in addition to the environmental and energy savings benefits. Property values can increase up to 15% with mature trees.
Contact your City Councilor's office to bring ABQ NeighborWoods to your neighborhood.
Tree New Mexico is dedicated to helping communities plant and care for trees in urban settings - large and small - throughout The Land of Enchantment.3535 Princeton Drive NE, Ste. 101