Trees need tree advocates. Many communities have well-established boards, ordinances and groups focused on their local trees. Other communities may have a need for these organizations.

Whether you’re looking to get involved with an existing organization or begin the process of starting your own, GFC is here to help.

Start a Tree Board

A tree board is a group of concerned citizens, usually volunteer, charged by their community’s tree ordinance to develop and administer a comprehensive tree management program. If your community is looking to start a tree board, here are some helpful resources:

Participate in a Tree Advocacy Groups

Tree advocacy groups are community groups focused on the health and well-being of their community’s trees. Most of these groups:

Georgia’s Tree Advocacy Groups