Neighborwoods Month 2017

Every October, towns and cities across the country celebrate trees and all they do. Tens of thousands of volunteers take action to make their communities greener and healthier by planting trees—keeping their neighborhoods vibrant.

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feel trees define their neighborhood’s character.


believe having trees in their community makes them happier.


have “tree memories” from their childhood.


are interested in volunteering to plant or care for trees in their communities.

Can't-Miss NeighborWoods Month Events

CharMeck Police Memorial Garden Tree Planting

10/6/2017 | Charlotte, NC

Planting Partners: TreesCharlotte and NASCAR Green

Come dig in the dirt with us! This NeighborWoods Month event, organized by TreesCharlotte and sponsored by NASCAR Green…Read More

Florida State Fairgrounds Tree Planting

10/7/2017 | Tampa, FL

Planting Partners: Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and MetLife Foundation

We’re kicking off NeighborWoods Month at the state fairgrounds. This planting project, organized by Keep Tampa Bay…Read More

Pico Union Project

10/19/2017 | Los Angeles, CA

Planting Partners: Koreatown Youth + Community Center and DoubleTree by Hilton

This NeighborWoods Month event is all about neighborhoods. Koreatown Youth and Community Center, sponsored…Read More

Pleasant Hill Academy Project

10/27/2017 | Cincinnati, OH

Planting Partner: Taking Root and Procter & Gamble

Our students are about to get their hands dirty! Pleasant Hill Academy will be the site for an exciting school greening project with Taking Root…Read More

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    Thanks to our Sponsors

    Nascar Green MetLife Foundation DoubleTree by Hilton Puffs US Forest Service

    The Alliance for Community Trees

    NeighborWoods Month is organized by the Arbor Day Foundation’s Alliance for Community Trees, a network of community-based organizations dedicated to planting and caring for trees. These passionate nonprofits are the boots on the ground — the purest and best definition of grass roots. Their hands are in the dirt; their impact is undeniable. And as a unified force, they are changing towns and cities across the country.

    Want to become a member of the Alliance for Community Trees?

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