Tree Trails partners with Keep America Beautiful
Texas A&M Forest Service has partnered with the Keep America Beautiful program and their Youth Advisory Council to create high school lesson modules and a community guide for Tree Trails. The Youth Advisory Council is made up of 10 teens across the United States who are ambassadors and leaders for youth service in their respective communities.
The council aims to incorporate Tree Trails into their Community Greening and Beautification section of their projects.
Tree Trails provides a way for school and community groups to celebrate trees by creating an education trail. Groups identify, measure and map trees along their trail on the ground and online. They then investigate other forestry topics and plan a service learning project around those topics.
For more information about Tree Trails or to get involved with a group, visit the Learn and Explore Tab on the TFS webpage or contact Leslie Kessner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look for the completed modules next summer.
August 25, 2017
Safe Response to Tree-Related Storm Damage
July 24, 2017
Alert – Tree Legislation in the 2017 Texas Legislature Special Session
July 20, 2017
Texas Senate Committee to Debate Tree Bill This Saturday
July 3, 2017
Texas Tree Conference – Registration Now Open
June 27, 2017
Protecting Community and Urban Forestry in the Federal FY18 Budget
June 15, 2017
Texas Chapter ISA Elections – Time for Nominations – Deadline
June 15, 2017
2017 Texas Tree Award Nominations – June 19th deadline!!!
May 25, 2017
Counting on Houston’s trees
May 1, 2017
Sentinel Pest Network and Invaders of Texas Species Workshops
January 7, 2016
January edition of ISAT In the Shade is out!