design & inspiration today: refresh • restore • how

As the world steps back
take this time-out
to refresh, re-think, re-imagine and find joy in the 
urban forest around you

Find joy by supporting the mission of 
Heights Urban Forestry:


LET’S GET THIS STARTED!
Heights Urban Forestry 2020-2025
Planting Trees for Today & Tommorrow

WHAT YOU CAN YOU DO NOW
Talk a Walk in your local urban forest, tree lined boulevard, park or along your own street.


When you see an amazing tree - send a photo and location to get posted on the Urban Forest facebook page. Heights Urban Forestry • Living in Tandem with Trees@HoustonHeightsTrees
submit to: urbanforest@houstonheights.org / urbanforestry@houstonheights.org

On your walks in the neighborhood, look for places in the ROW that would benefit with new trees.


WHAT YOU CAN YOU DO NEXT
Consider being a block captain for your neighborhood
• look for places that would benefit with new trees 
via email / social media / phone / text :
• reach out to your neighbors  about planting a tree in their ROW
• get a signed form from each neighbor that desires a tree ( from hha - heights urban forestry }
• requires a minimum of 15 trees per block captain in an area to participate
• submit forms to HHA Urban Forestry by June 15th for trees in October
• forms received after June15th and by September 30th for trees in January
• each block captain will be notified about the Tree planting day by Urban Forestry Volunteers in advance

GET NEWS • STAY CONNECTED
• for information about the 10 best trees to plant in the heights visit The HHA Urban Forestry facebook page: 

• reach out by email - to be added to our list for upcoming activities to: urbanforestry@houstonheights.org / urbanforest@houstonheights.org

• Stay tuned for interesting links, aticles and events!

• The best time to plant a tree is 30 years ago - the next best time is TODAY!


















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