Working in partnership with community groups, non-profits and municipal agencies, TreeVitalize Pittsburgh has planted more than 20,000 trees since 2008 in an effort to improve the quality of life and the environment in the Pittsburgh region.
Partnering with TreeVitalize means:
- Between 10 and 100 trees will be planted at your location, based on your group’s request, capacity and level of experience. The number, species and type of trees awarded will be determined by TreeVitalize;
- Your group will receive help cutting and removing pavement;
- Your group will receive tree stakes, ties, mulch and watering buckets, as needed; and
- Your group will receive priority enrollment for Tree Tenders training offered at various locations.
For more information on how to partner with TreeVitalize to bring trees to your neighborhood, visit the Apply to TreeVitalize section.
TreeVitalize Pittsburgh is a joint project of Allegheny County, the City of Pittsburgh, Tree Pittsburgh, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 412-586-2396.
Trees are good for business. Shaded business district = 11% increase in business. -Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington
Trees help keep people healthy. Trees outside hospital windows = almost 1 full day less recovery time and fewer pain killers for patients. -Center for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M University
Trees are environmental work-horses. 20,000 new trees = $800,000 worth of utility savings to our region annually. -City of Pittsburgh Shade Tree Commission
Trees play a key role in storm water management. Large trees can intercept upwards of 2,000 gallons of rainfall annually.
-Midwest Community Tree Guide: Benefits, Costs, and Strategic Planting by McPherson, E. et al.
Trees help build strong communities. Planting a tree within 50 feet of a house = increased property value of about 9%. -Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
Trees beautify our communities for generations. The lifespan of an oak = 400 years or more -Trees of Pennsylvania by Ann Fowler Rhodes & Timothy A. Block
Visit the Casey Trees and Davey Tree Expert Co.’s National Tree Benefit Calculator for more information.