Texas Trees Foundation

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Texas Trees Foundation Richardson Tree Giveaway

Dallas College Richland Campus, Parking Lot C 12800 Abrams Rd., Dallas, TX

Texas Trees Foundation is partnering with State Farm and the Arbor Day Foundation to distribute 500 trees to Richardson residents. Pre-registration is now open and walk-up registration will be available while supplies last. To receive a free tree, you must live within Richardson City Limits. (Dallas Metro Area)

Free

Texas Trees Foundation Tree Planting at Anne Frank Elementary

Anne Frank Elementary School 5201 Celestial Rd., Dallas, TX

As part of their Cool Schools program, Texas Trees foundation is looking for volunteers to help with tree planting at Anne Frank Elementary. Volunteers will be working with students planting trees on the school grounds. Interested individuals MUST register using the link provided.

Free

Volunteers Needed: Bishop Flores Park Tree Planting

Bishop Flores Park 2200 Talleyho, Dallas, TX

Join Texas Trees Foundation and Dallas Park and Recreation as they branch out and plant trees at Bishop Flores park. The Texas Trees Foundation is a North Texas nonprofit organization striving to create a cleaner, greener, and healthier Texas by mitigating urban heat through trees planting and scientific research. Interested volunteers can register online atRead More

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Volunteers Needed: Branching Out Tree Planting at Willoughby Park

Willoughby Park 9000 Willoughby Blvd, Dallas, TX

Join Texas Trees Foundation and Dallas Park and Recreation as they Branch Out and plant trees at Willoughby Park (9000 Willoughby Blvd.) from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers can give back to the community by installing trees, digging, and mulching. For more details and to register, visit www.texastrees.org/volunteer or follow the link provided.

Free

Volunteers Needed: Branching Out Tree Planting at Seaton Park

Seaton Park 3200 Seaton Dr, Dallas, TX

Join Texas Trees Foundation and Dallas Park and Recreation as they Branch Out and plant trees at Seaton Park (3200 Seaton Dr.) from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers can give back to the community by installing trees, digging, and mulching. For more details and to register, visit www.texastrees.org/volunteer or follow the link provided.

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Volunteers Needed: Branching Out Tree Planting at Lawnview Park

Lawnview Park 5500 Scyene Road, Dallas, TX

Join Texas Trees Foundation and Dallas Park and Recreation as they Branch Out and plant trees at Lawnview Park (5500 Scyene Road) from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers can give back to the community by installing trees, digging, and mulching. For more details and to register, visit www.texastrees.org/volunteer or follow the link provided.

Free

Texas Trees Foundation Hosts Tree Giveaway at F.P. Caillet

F.P. Caillet Elementary 3033 Merrell Road, Dallas, TX

Texas Trees Foundation will be hosting a free tree giveaway for residence in surrounding community of F.P. Caillet Elementary. Those interested in picking up a free tree must register to be guaranteed a tree. Some restrictions apply. For more details and to register use the link: https://bit.ly/3L0Mwim

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Volunteers Needed: Tree Planting at Jesus Moroles

Jesus Moroles Expressive Arts Vanguard 1400 Walmsley Ave., Dallas, TX

Get outside with the Texas Trees Foundation's Cool Schools Program and help create cooler, cleaner, greener, and healthier schools. Volunteers will help students plant trees throughout the school campus by installing trees, digging, and mulching. *Volunteers are subject to pass a background check, per Dallas ISD requirements.

Free

Volunteers Needed: K.B. Polk Center for Academically TAG

K.B. Polk Center for Academically Talented and Gifted 6911 Victoria Ave, Dallas, TX

Get outside with the Texas Trees Foundation's Cool Schools Program and help create cooler, cleaner, greener, and healthier schools. Volunteers will help students plant trees throughout the school campus by installing trees, digging, and mulching. *Volunteers are subject to pass a background check, per Dallas ISD requirements.

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