Whether you prefer digging through dirt or emails, you can help!
Volunteers run STLNF! Community outreach, event organizing, web design, social media, graphic design, and more all happen thanks to our volunteers.
Click the tabs to learn more ways you can help St. Louis’ trees not only survive, but thrive.
- Inventory street trees to update Forestry records and direct future work
- Report trees needing care, removal, or replacement to CSB
- Request a new tree for a vacant tree lawn
- Adopt a public tree
- Community-centered Events
- Robust volunteer program
- Process(es) for expanding existing tree pits/restoring paved tree lawns
- Ordinances for protection of trees during construction
- Ordinances/incentives for protecting trees
- Tree planting alert – postcard to alert residents that a tree will be planted by them
- Tree watering request – postcard to request residents water a tree by their house
- Handout for canvassing for tree watering or neighborhood meetings
- Postcards/fridge magnet with basic tree watering guidelines
- Organize a Neighborhood Foresters group in your neighborhood
- Help a neighbor troubleshoot their tree(s), find an arborist
- Educate others on the value of trees as environmental/health infrastructure
- Intervene (if safe) when you see someone harming a city tree
- Speak at community/neighborhood meetings about Neighborhood Foresters
Want to help with these or have other ideas? Email firstname.lastname@example.org!