From now until November 30th, we will be fundraising for the Save Our Trees to the Sea project and need YOU to give the biggest donation you can afford (any amount helps, really) to reach a $12,500 goal. This year we have an even bigger challenge. As our arborist, youth planting supervisors and volunteers attempt […]
On October 25th, 2014 Tree Musketeers organized their 2nd Annual Make a Difference Day event. Tall and Small volunteers came out to care for our Trees to the Sea along Imperial Highway by participating in a clean-up competition. We collected 99 bags of trash and invasive plants. Take a look at the great work by […]
LEADership Courses begin again September 8th! Not only is LEAD a great addition to any college portfolio and future resume but it is a great opportunity to get to know other youth who are highly involved in their community. Thinking about registering? Read about the positive impacts these amazing courses have had on some of […]
For many areas in California, 2013 closed as the driest year on record. The state of California has been in a state of emergency concerning water usage since January of 2014. The governor has called on all Californians to reduce their water usage by 20%. These facts are terrifying, but not immobilizing. Tree Musketeers is […]
The DoubleTree Hotel hosted Tree Musketeers’ annual board retreat on July 26. The full day meeting involved some recap of the recent past, planning for the future, evaluation, team building and elections. Fond farewells were bid to youth directors Julian Poyourow and Blake Parker and youth manager Kurt Frerichs who are headed off to college. […]
For many areas in California, 2013 closed as the driest year on record. The state of California has been in a state of emergency concerning water usage since January of 2014. the governor has called on all Californians to reduce their water usage by 20%. These facts are terrifying, but not immobilizing. Tree Musketeers is […]
Tree Musketeers has a rich tradition of sending its youth leaders out into the world via prestigious universities ranging from USC to NYU, Berkeley and Harvard. The winning college portfolio begins with LEAD courses. Adam Gerard, a nine-year veteran at the place where kids are boss, is headed to Yale this fall.
On June 18, Julian Poyourow presented long-time volunteer Catherine Magruder the Tree Musketeer Award at El Segundo’s City Council Meeting.
TREE MUSKETEERS will now receive donations from Jamba Juice whenever you buy from them with the “Sip to Support Card.” Please register online to receive your card and participate in our new yummy fundraiser! How It Works: Go to jambajuice.marqeta.com and register for your Jamba Juice Sip to Support Marqeta Card. (You must […]
Watch some of Tree Musketeers’ Young Leaders give an overview of the organization’s work and philosophy, and learn about how you can make a difference.