Denver Digs Trees’ mission is to preserve and expand Denver’s legacy of tree lined streets by planting trees, training volunteers from all segments of the community in tree planting and maintenance, and educating the public about the environmental, recreational, economical and aesthetic benefits of urban trees. Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) Member.
This page, presented by the Colorado Springs’ City Forester, includes a resource guide, a list of services offered, information on ordinances, and helpful information on care and maintenance for trees in Colorado Springs.
Members of the CTC are “leading Colorado’s efforts to preserve, renew and enhance community forests” with fundraising efforts and grant awards throughout the state. The CTC created and currently manages the Colorado Tree Trust to serve as a perpetual funding arm of the Coalition in order to keep community forestry alive in Colorado. The webpage also hosts the Tree of the Month and Colorado’s Champion Trees.
Denver Botanic Gardens is home to more than 15,000 species of plants and is recognized as one of the top botanic gardens in the country. Visitors to the Gardens can explore 23 acres of gardens bursting with colorful flowers and exotic plants.
Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators of students in grades preK-12. This site provides information about Project Learning Tree and its programs in Colorado.