Home > FAQ
About Trees Forever
Do you have questions about our organization? Find out everything you need to know, and more!
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer is destroying ash trees across the country.
How to Hire an Arborist
This time of the year, winter storms can cause havoc. The thick layers of ice and snow combined with strong winds can break limbs and endanger the health of our trees. The services of an arborist may be needed if the tree is in need of weather-related damage assessment and pruning. Before hiring an arborist, the homeowner should have an idea of what needs to be done with the tree, how it will be done, and what precautions should be taken to protect themselves from potential future problems. The following tips are taken from a Arbor Day Foundation publication called “How to Hire an Arborist.” To see the publication in its entirety, click here.
Involving All Generations
Are you a young person who wants to carry out a planting or care project in your community? Are you a member of a community group that would like to involve more youth in your volunteer projects? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then Trees Forever can help!
Trees Forever supports multigenerational environmental service
by connecting volunteers of all ages to Trees Forever programs, local Trees Forever affiliate groups, and to each other. Trees Forever provides training to help affiliate groups develop their capacity to effectively involve youth in volunteer efforts.
Trees Forever's goal is to actively involve more young people in all the work we support, including planning, decision-making, and hands-on projects.
If you are interested in learning more please click here.
Questions about Trees
Click here to find out some general knowledge about trees and what types of trees you should plant.
Trees Forever is actively involved with partners and volunteers in establishing native plants in community enhancement plantings, road ditches, and along creeks, streams and rivers.
What can I do to help with the environment?
Click here to view some ideas and helpful information for what you can do to help the environment.