Donations Make a Difference!

NJTF would like to thank United Water Camden, LLC (UWC) and MAFCO Worldwide Corporation for their consistent support of the Urban Airshed Reforestation Program (UARP) in Camden!

UWC donates equipment and an operator to offload UARP trees during spring and fall tree plantings in Camden. That's a $5,000-8,000 donation every year!
UWC's operators are skilled, professional, and a pleasure to work with! Special thanks to operators Kenny and Tito.
Guy Dietrich of MAFCO hand-delivers mulch at UARP tree planting events. MAFCO's donation saves NJTF about $2,000 a year, as they donate one bag of mulch for every new tree we plant!

How can others help? You can support the NJ Tree Foundation by volunteering or making a donation! To access the Camden UARP page, please visit:

The Perfect Saturday!

Urban Airshed Reforestation Program (UARP)

The NJ Tree Foundation joined forces with nearly 100 Camden residents and volunteers today to bring 50+ trees, shrubs, and perennials to the Whitman Park neighborhood of Camden! Trees were planted along the 1600 block of Louis, the 1200 block of Jackson, and the 1100&1200 blocks of Sheridan Street. Pictured above: trees and shrubs now surround the Jackson St. community garden! This planting was possible thanks to funding from Impact100 Philadelphia.

Thank you to all our hard-working volunteers! Please visit our facebook page to see photos from this tree planting event:

120 Trees for Liberty State Park

Today is the first day of the tree planting season for our new tree planting crew. The crew is comprised of ex-cons who, over the next eight weeks, will learn how to properly plant, mulch and maintain trees. They will also get training in rain garden planting and general landscaping. Once the season is over, these men will have gained valuable job skills and made a very nice sum of money!

Tree Crew offloading 120 trees in Liberty Sate Park

Planting Safe Play Areas for Children in Camden

The NJ Tree Foundation is branching out in Camden! Recently, a litter-infested vacant lot in Camden, NJ was cleaned and greened by local residents.

Vacant lot Before
Vacant lot After

With funding from Impact100 and the William Penn Foundation, we are planting trees to green streets, and shrubs and perennials to create safe havens for Camden residents.