Tree Musketeers President Finalist in ACTrees’ Volunteer of the Year Award

Tree Musketeers is honored to announce that its President and Youth Manager Julian Poyourow was selected as a finalist for the Alliance for Community Trees 2013 Volunteer of the Year Award. The award highlights inspirational volunteers in action who have made a contribution to urban forestry by improving community trees and the neighborhoods where they live.

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Get a sub! Support Tree Musketeers

We found an easy and yummy way for everyone to support youth and trees! On March 15, get a sub at Jersey Mike’s in El Segundo and present this flyer to get Tree Musketeers 15% of the generated sales.

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Arbor Day 2014 in the starting blocks!

We are now in full motion for Arbor Day 2014. Our Task Force is meeting, sponsors are chipping in, volunteers are registering and our Youth Management Team is juggling the logistics, with support from the staff. There are many ways one can get involved: from being part of our leadership team as a Youth Planting […]

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Protecting your trees during the drought

California is facing a historical drought and trees need help to survive. Here is an infographic that will help you help your trees.

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Memory Tree Planting February 22nd

This November 23rd at 1pm, Tree Musketeers is organizing a new Memory Tree planting event on Memory Row.

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Live Updates from the UN Climate Talks in Warsaw

[View the story “Live: the UN Climate Talks in Warsaw” on Storify]

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New study shows that fracking kills trees

The New York Times “Green” Blog reports that a new study shows serious impact from fracking on a national forest in West Virginia. “Almost immediately after disposal, the researchers said, nearly all ground plants died. After a few days, tree leaves turned brown, wilted and dropped; 56 percent of about 150 trees eventually died.” The […]

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IPCC Report on Global Warming

On September 27, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest Report on Global Warming, confirming humans’ major role in climate change.

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Register for our Fall LEAD Classes

Our Summer LEAD Classes were a success and we are back by popular demand! Our Fall session will start September 19th and classes will be every Thursday 4-5:30 pm.

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We need your help now to grow trees and young leaders!

For the whole month of September, we are participating in a fundraising challenge and need YOU to give the biggest donation you can afford (any amount helps, really) to reach a $5,000 goal. The money will go to our “Growing trees and young leaders” project: it will provide training in life and professional skills for […]

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