NJTF on Comcast Newsmakers

by jfranzini on March 23, 2015

Check out our exciting spring planting projects happening in Camden, NJ in this Comcast Newsmakers feature!

Trees for Trails is a project made possible by the William Penn Foundation. Fruit tree projects in Camden are made possible by Campbell Soup Foundation and So Delicious. Rain to Roots is a project sponsored by the Environmental Leadership Program.

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Spring Tree Planting

by njtrees on March 20, 2015

The Tree Foundation’s Green Streets Crew is available to bid on your tree planting contract! Hurry! Our schedule is filling up quickly.

Services for hire include:
– tree planting and maintenance
– young tree pruning, mulching, and stake removal
– street tree watering
– rain garden & firewise garden installations

– landscaping and landscape maintenance
– garden planting and maintenance
– hands-on educational workshops for Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

For more information, check out this page.

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                  Rain Garden Flier

                  Maintenance Flier

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FREE Right Tree – Right Place Seminar in Somerset County!

by njtrees

The New Jersey Tree Foundation and Public Service Electric & Gas are offering a FREE seminar on Planting the Right Tree in the Right Place, the Right Way in a post-Superstorm Sandy world. Topics include:   *Planting the right tree, in the right place, the right way *The importance of utility mark-outs prior to planting […]

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NJ Tree Recovery Campaign – NJ Community Forestry Program

by njtrees

NEW JERSEY TREE RECOVERY CAMPAIGN – Coordinated by the NJ Community Forestry Program Free tree saplings for municipal officials! Superstorm Sandy left  our communities with many dead and damaged trees. Through the NJ Tree Recovery Campaign, you can help your community residents replant those missing trees. Sign your town up for the NJ Tree Recovery […]

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Newark Giveaway: A Tree For Every Yard

by ELopez

We are no longer receiving applications: all the trees for this giveaway have been claimed! The NJ Tree Foundation is excited to give away yard trees to Newark residents this spring! If you would like to receive a free yard tree, please fill out this application. Supply is limited: trees will be first-come, first-served!  You will receive a reminder […]

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Camden SMART Forum: FREE Registration

by jfranzini

Join the NJ Tree Foundation and the Camden SMART Team for the third annual Camden SMART Forum on Friday, March 20th from 9am-2:30pm!  Registration is free, food is provided, and the day will be action-packed with exhibitors, engaging panels, an amazing keynote speech, and Mayor Dana Redd’s Sustainability Address! Who should attend the forum? Environmental […]

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FREE Trees Newark: Application due January 31st

by ELopez

Calling all Newark residents! The NJ Tree Foundation is still looking for applications for tree plantings in Newark neighborhoods this spring. We would love to plant trees with you and your community, so please fill out this application and submit it to Elena, our Newark Program Director, by January 31, 2015. Please submit your application via email, fax, or […]

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FREE Camden Street Trees: Apps Due Jan. 31

by jfranzini

The NJ Tree Foundation is working on two amazing tree planting projects in Camden, NJ! Both projects offer opportunities for Camden residents to adopt FREE street trees in front of their homes. Trees for Trails is an exciting project that will plant 75 trees and 300 perennials along the Camden Greenway! The Camden Greenway is part of the Greater […]

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FREE Fruit Trees for Camden Gardeners

by jfranzini

Photo: Mia Roberts harvests pears at Cooper Sprouts Garden in 2014! Attention, Camden* gardeners: Whether you grow food in a community garden or in your backyard, you could be eligible for a FREE fruit tree (or trees) in the spring of 2015! Trees are free of charge to Camden residents in exchange for your commitment […]

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Fostering Community Change

by BKwart

We are so thankful to everyone who has made an end-of-year donation to the NJ Tree Foundation. Your generosity, along with the Jersey Giveback Guide (a project of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation), has helped us raise much-needed funding to positively impact lives, communities, and the environment through tree planting. Royden Street in Camden is a perfect example of this. The NJ Tree […]

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