The Urban Airshed Reforestation Program is a community-based street tree planting program that began in Camden in 2002 and is expanding to serve other South Jersey cities. Designed to improve air and water quality while empowering residents as community leaders, the UARP has planted 6,296 trees with over 12,700 volunteers.
The Renaissance Trees Program is a community-based reforestation effort that began in Newark in 2006. By planting over 2,200 trees and building stewardship, Newark residents are enhancing their environment, strengthening community pride, and improving quality of life.
The Green Streets Program offers affordable landscaping and tree services in most New Jersey towns. Bonded and insured, our staff is thoroughly trained and our work is guaranteed. All proceeds help plant trees in NJ!
The Celebrate Arbor Day Program: We have retired this progrm after 15 years and 180,000 trees planted. Please signup for our e-newsletter for our most recent programs
NJ’s Living Memorial – A Grove of Remembrance is a beautiful 10.8 acre living memorial at Liberty State Park in Jersey City. In 2003, 750 trees were planted here to honor the NJ victims of 9/11. Since then, thousands of shrubs annuals and perennials have been planted by volunteers.
TreeKeepers are a series of educational workshops held annually in Camden and Newark. Through both traditional and hands-on training sessions, participants learn basic tree care to become local tree stewards.