The Park People is pleased to partner with Denver Parks & Recreation to host the Community Foresterprogram – a fun and informative five-workshop series that will teach participants about trees and prepare them to act as stewards of the urban tree canopy.
This is a great opportunity to support our environment, urban forest, community health, and quality of life in Denver. With rapid population growth and increased development, it more important now that ever to protect/grow our beloved trees and green spaces!
Feel free share with others – help recruit new volunteers to support our community forest!
Register TODAY by calling The Park People office: 303.722.6262
COMMUNITY FORESTER TRAINING SCHEDULE
|Trees 101||Sat, Mar 14, 9a-1p|
|Tree Planting & Health||Sat, Apr 04, 9a-1p|
|Pruning||Sat, May 09, 9a-1p|
|Identification & Inventory||Sat, Jun 06, 9a-1p|
|Volunteer Leadership & Community Engagement||Sat, Jun 27, 9a-12p|
Classes are $25. If you register in advance for all classes, we offer the fifth for free! The entire series is just $100.
To become a Community Forester, participants must complete all five sessions. However, individuals may take Trees 101 and at least one other class to become a Tree Steward.
Registration deadline: March 4th
(But classes fill up quickly, so don’t delay!)