The New Jersey Tree Foundation and Public Service Electric & Gas are offering a FREE seminar on Planting the Right Tree in the Right Place, the Right Way in a post-Superstorm Sandy world on Wednesday, September 9. 2015. Please RSVP by Wednesday, September 2nd to Lisa Simms

Topics include:

  • Planting the right tree, in the right place, the right way
  • The importance of utility mark-outs prior to planting
  • Emerald Ash Borer – It’s here!
  • Vegetation management policies to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of electric service

Who should attend? Mayors, Freeholders, DPW Supervisors, Environmental & Shade Tree Commissioners, County Officials and any other interested parties. Space is limited. First come first served.

Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Time: Registration begins at 8:00am. Program starts promptly at 8:30 am and runs until noon.

Place: PSE&G Southern Division HQ, 300 New Albany Road, Moorestown, NJ

Light refreshments will be served.

This seminar is worth 2 Continuing Education Units for towns with a 5-year Community Forestry Management Plan.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, September 2nd by emailing Lisa Simms at

If you would like send a representative(s), please include their names and contact information (email address).

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Camden TreeKeepers Workshops (2015)

by jfranzini on June 18, 2015


Learn how to care for your newly planted trees!

Attend the NJ Tree Foundation’s Camden TreeKeepers Workshop series to receive the training, skills, and tools needed to care for your neighborhood trees. Free tools, educational materials, and dinner are provided at each session. Attend all three sessions to become a Certified TreeKeeper.

All sessions are held at the CCMUA at 1645 Ferry Avenue, Camden, NJ.
** Please sign up in advance – limit 25 people per session. **


Session 1: “Tree Maintenance – the Works!”
Thursday, July 16th from 5:30-7:30pm
Free hand pruners & watering bag

Session 2: “My Tree & My Watershed”
Thursday, July 23rd from 5:30-7:30pm
Free water conservation kit & moisture meter

Session 3: “All Things Trees: Identification, Biology, and Hazard Prevention”
Thursday, July 30th from 5:30-7:30pm
Free pruning saw & Trees of NJ book


Sessions are free to Camden residents, employees, or volunteers that care for Camden trees. Workshops are beneficial to those who have adopted or will be adopting trees through the Camden Urban Airshed Reforestation Program.


You must sign up in advance. Register for one or more workshops by contacting Jessica Franzini of the NJ Tree Foundation at (856) 287-4488 or


2015 Camden TreeKeepers workshops are brought to you by the Watershed Institute and will feature a new and exciting watershed focus.

Download our TreeKeepers Workshop Flier


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NJ Tree Foundation Celebrates Earth Day and Arbor Day

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April 21, 2015 – New Jersey – With Earth Day and Arbor Day only two days apart, this is an exciting week. We hope you are able to get involved with a community greening, clean up, or other Earth-friendly event to celebrate. Starting on Monday April 20th, the NJ Tree Foundation’s Green Streets Program is planting 630 […]

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NJ Tree Foundation, Campbell Soup Company plant fruit trees in Camden

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April 16, 2015 – Camden, NJ – The spring weather was beautiful as Campbell Soup Company volunteers joined New Jersey Tree Foundation staff to plant 10 fruit trees at “The 600” Community Garden in Camden City on Wednesday April 15th. This planting, funded by the Campbell Soup Foundation, is part of a New Jersey TreeFoundation […]

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NJTF on Comcast Newsmakers

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Check out our exciting spring planting projects happening in Camden, NJ in this Comcast Newsmakers feature! Trees for Trails is a project made possible by the William Penn Foundation. Fruit tree projects in Camden are made possible by Campbell Soup Foundation and So Delicious. Rain to Roots is a project sponsored by the Environmental Leadership Program. Bookmark […]

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Spring Tree Planting

by njtrees

The Tree Foundation’s Green Streets Crew is available to bid on your tree planting contract! Hurry! Our schedule is filling up quickly. Services for hire include: – tree planting and maintenance – young tree pruning, mulching, and stake removal – street tree watering – rain garden & firewise garden installations – landscaping and landscape maintenance – garden […]

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FREE Right Tree – Right Place Seminar in Somerset County!

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NJ Tree Recovery Campaign – NJ Community Forestry Program

by njtrees

NEW JERSEY TREE RECOVERY CAMPAIGN – Coordinated by the NJ Community Forestry Program Free tree saplings for municipal officials! Superstorm Sandy left  our communities with many dead and damaged trees. Through the NJ Tree Recovery Campaign, you can help your community residents replant those missing trees. Sign your town up for the NJ Tree Recovery […]

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