New York

  • Trees New York
    • Trees New York’s mission is to plant, preserve, protect and care for New York’s trees through education and action. They active in all five boroughs of New York City and the surrounding region. Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) Member.
  • Black Locust Initiative
    • The Black Locust Initiative, Inc. is a non-profit organization teaching sustainable forestry through hands-on workshops open to the public.
  • Metro Forest Council
    • The Metro Forest Council (MFC) is a not-for-profit organization providing leadership for protection, research, restoration and management of forested ecosystems in the metropolitan New York region. The Council brings together a diverse group of professionals and individuals working to bring about scientifically based management, education and planning of our region’s forested lands.
  • New York Restoration Project
    • The New York Restoration Project (NYRP), a unique non-profit founded by Bette Midler, cleans, restores, and revitalizes neglected parks, community gardens, and open space in New York City, primarily in low-income neighborhoods. NYRP crews work in city parks seven days a week, removing garbage and debris, planting trees, shrubs, and bulbs, repairing benches, and removing invasive vegetation.
  • State Department of Environmental Conservation
    • The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
  • State Government – New York
    • New York’s official state website.
  • The Great Lakes Information Network
    • The Great Lakes Information Network, or GLIN, provides a wide range of information relating to the Great Lakes region, including the region’s environment and economy, tourism, education and more.
  • The New York Botanical Garden
    • In the Bronx, the NYBG contains a number of tree and shrub collections. Their website provides information on the gardens, education programs, and other services.

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