Learn more about the urban forest we live in, and help make Tulsa more livable and beautiful. Join fellow tree enthusiasts and take part in our Citizen Forester Program.
Citizen Foresters will receive 16 hours of training, learning how to identify tree species, how to plant and maintain trees, and the value of urban forestry awareness and education.
Planning, Planting, Preserving and Promoting Tulsa’s Urban Forest.
When: Feb. 2017
Where: Up With Trees building at 1102 S. Boston Ave. in downtown Tulsa
Cost: tax-deductible donation of $75 (includes all materials, and scholarships are available)
Lunch will be provided after class on the last day
Registrants: Check-in will begin at 8:45am each Saturday of the program. Class begins at 9am and breakfast is included. The dates of the program are Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb. 18, and Feb. 25. Lunch will be provided after class on the last day. Parking will be in the lot north of the Up With Trees building at 1102 S. Boston Ave.
The 2017 Citizen Forester program has reached capacity. Registration is now closed. If you are interested in registering for the February 2018 classes, contact Up With Trees at 610-TREE (8733), firstname.lastname@example.org
To become a Citizen Forester, graduates will be asked to invest 15 hours of volunteer work annually (working with a pruning team, with the Up With Trees crew, or at events).
For information on other urban forestry educational happenings, please visit our calendar.