What Is It?
A charity that plants, protects, and promotes trees throughout the greater Houston area. Since 1983 it has planted more than 500,000 trees along streets, esplanades, and trails; in parks; and around schools.
Help plant trees on Saturday planting days that take place several times each year, usually in November and December.
Minimum Age to Volunteer
None, but volunteers under 18 must have a parent’s waiver, and parents should accompany young children.
Suitable for Groups of Volunteers?
Help dig holes and fill them with trees! Saturday planting days take place throughout the Greater Houston area, usually in November and December. Call or check the Trees for Houston website for scheduling and locations, or to sign up to be notified about upcoming volunteer opportunities. If you would like to plan a tree planting in your community, please contact email@example.com.
Carolina Velásquez, Projects Coordinator
TREES FOR HOUSTON
The planting locations vary. Please check www.treesforhouston.org/volunteer for more information.
Trees for Houston Video (3 minutes 13 seconds):
Examples of past Scout projects
Trees for Houston has donated trees for many Scout tree-planting projects throughout the Houston area.