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Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)

Fax: 503-823-6007

1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204

Tools & Resources for Tree Teams

Volunteer Recruitment

Tree Plan Creation

Funding Sources

Contact Another Tree Team
 

Congratulations on being accepted to participate in Urban Forestry's Street Tree Inventory and welcome to this fun and informative undertaking! 

This page provides resources for neighborhood tree teams before, during, and after a neighborhood tree inventory. Explore the links below to find outreach materials useful in recruiting volunteers, documents to assist in creating tree plans, funding resources to help support tree plan goals, and Neighborhood Tree Team websites and contact information. To request more information, feel free to contact us at treeinventory@portlandoregon.gov. 


Resources for volunteer recruitment

Volunteer support is essential in the successful completion of your neighborhood's street tree inventory. Not only will data collection move quickly with many helping hands; the involvement of your neighbors and community will encourage a greater sense of collective tree stewardship and neighborhood stewardship. Feel free to use the following resources to help you recruit volunteers for inventory workdays!

This list includes a template for Spanish-language flyers. If you would like other outreach materials translated in Spanish or other languages, please contact us at treeinventory@portlandoregon.gov and allow for a 2-week turnaround time.   


Resources for creating and implementing tree plans

You and your neighbors have inventoried hundreds of trees, and Urban Forestry staff have laid out all of the analyses in a report. Now what? These results will be presented at the Tree Inventory Summit in November.

You, your Tree Team, and other fellow volunteers will have the opportunity to go through the data and set some goals for the improvement of your neighborhood's urban forest. This will ultimately lead to creating a Tree Plan for your neighborhood, which can be used as a tool to guide your future tree stewardship activities and as an outreach tool to your community.

Urban Forestry is delighted to collaborate with you and your team on coordinating and executing stewardship activities. Check out these resources to help guide you on your next steps!  


Funding Sources

Are you and your team ready to seek funding for long-term projects? In addition to Urban Forestry's funding and resources, explore these local grants for additional ways to fund your tree stewardship projects. 

Check back soon for more!


Neighborhood Tree Team websites and contact information 

Would you like to brainstorm ideas or collaborate with experienced Neighborhood Tree Teams? Feel free to contact fellow Neighborhood Tree Teams and explore their websites and Tree Plans below. 

 

Neighborhood Tree Team Website/contact Tree Plan
Arbor Lodge Tree Team

www.arborlodgeneighborhood.com
LStevenson62 (at) gmail.com
Ginger.edws (at) gmail.com 

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Concordia Tree Team

concordiatreeteam.wordpress.com
concordiatreeteam (at) yahoo.com

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Eastmoreland Tree Team www.eastmoreland.org/committees/trees Download
Hosford-Abernethy Tree Team

trees (at) handpdx.org

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Kenton Tree Team kentontreeteam (at) gmail.com Download
Northwest District Tree Team

www.westsideportlandtreeguild.org

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Overlook Tree Team

trees (at) overlookneighborhood.org

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Portsmouth Tree Team

PortsmouthTrees (at) gmail.com

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Richmond Tree Team

treerichmond (at) gmail.com

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Sellwood-Moreland Tree Team

stewardship (at) sellwood.org

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St. Johns Tree Team

st.johns.tree.team (at) gmail.com

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Sunnyside Tree Team

sunnysideneighborhood.wordpress.com/trees
s2t2 (at) googlegroups.com

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This webpage is continually updated -- please check back again soon!