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  • Trees Across Raleigh

    Started in June of 1996, Trees Across Raleigh is a non-profit corporation dedicated to planting trees in public rights-of-way, along public medians and in public parks for the benefit of all Raleigh residents. By planting trees with community citizen volunteers, Trees Across Raleigh seeks to improve the City of Raleigh’s appearance, foster greater community pride and promote economic development throughout the city.
Boys and Girls Club kids measuring the hole to make sure it is ready for the tree

Trees Across Raleigh Spring 2014 Planting

Trees Across Raleigh is pleased to announce we will be holding our annual spring planting this year on Saturday March 29th, 2014 at Honeycutt Park at 9am . We welcome all volunteers and just ask that you make sure to wear closed toed shoes and clothes that can get Dirty! What: Trees Across Raleigh Annual … Continue reading

Come Get Dirty With Us at Our Fall 2013 Planting

Trees Across Raleigh will be holding their annual fall planting on NOV 2, 2013 at the Raleigh SPCA. We will be planting trees around the Raleigh SPCA to provide much needed shade for the animals play and exercise areas. If you would like to join please arrive a bit before 9am to complete registration. The … Continue reading

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Thank You For Another Great Planting

Trees Across Raleigh would like to thank all of the volunteers who came out on a grey morning and helped us plant 80 trees at the entrance of House Creek Greenway Trail off Horton Street. Thank you to The Wake County Boys and Girls Club, NCSU Service Raleigh, Triangle Impact, and The Stonehenge Starbucks group … Continue reading

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2013 Spring Planting

Trees Across Raleigh will be holding their annual Spring Planting on March 23, 2013 at 9 am at the Horton street entrance of the House Creek Green Way Trail. Parking for the event will be on Horton Street off Lakeboone Trail. If you would like to join in the fun be sure to wear closed … Continue reading

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Thank You To All Who Came Out To Our 2012 Fall planting

Trees Across Raleigh would like to thank everyone who came out and participated in our 2012 Fall planting. It was a long day and we had very large plant material to get into the ground. We were able to plant 350 trees and shrubs with only 75 volunteers!!!!!! All of the volunteers went above and … Continue reading

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October 13th Planting Is Just Around The Corner

Trees Across Raleigh will be holding their 15th annual fall  planting on October 13, 2012 at the CASL WRAL fields located at 7700 Perry Creek Rd, Raleigh, NC 27616 from 9am-12pm. Parking for the event will be at North Raleigh Christian School located at 7300 Perry Creek Road  Raleigh, NC 27616. Trees Across Raleigh and … Continue reading

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Trees Across Raleigh Honored by N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services

Trees Across Raleigh is pleased to announce they are the recipients of two awards granted by the N.C Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. The 2012 North Carolina Urban Forestry Awards included organizations and individuals from Gastonia, Pine Knoll Shores, Raleigh and Wilmington. The annual program awards cities, towns, organizations, businesses and individuals for outstanding … Continue reading

Boys and Girls Club kids measuring the hole to make sure it is ready for the tree

Tips To Help Your Plants Beat The Heat This Summer

Summer has arrived and for many of us that means heat, drought and watering bans.  The good news is that there are ways to help plants thrive despite these seasonal challenges. Here are some low maintenance eco-friendly ways to help your landscapes beat the heat during these hot summer months. 1) Water plants thoroughly to … Continue reading

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Let’s Do Lunch!

Let’s Do Lunch! Saturday, June 23rd  11am-4pm  Help support Sass-A-Fras All Children’s Playground, in partnership with the city of Raleigh’s Parks and Recreation department, restoration of the city’s one-of-a-kind playground that gives kids, no matter what their abilities, the chance to play, imagine and soar. Drop in anytime to redeem your lunch ticket for a delicious meal: Adult tickets $10 … Continue reading

Check out the Great Article in the March 8 N&O about Raleigh's Tree Canopy

Raleigh’s thriving tree canopy marks city’s identity – Wake County – NewsObserver.com

Great Article in the Sunday April 8th N&O about Raleigh’s Urban Canopy, check it out below. Raleigh’s thriving tree canopy marks city’s identity – Wake County – NewsObserver.com. click on the above link or you can cut and paste the below web address into your web browser http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/04/08/1987331/raleighs-thriving-tree-canopy.html

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