Support TUFC and celebrate the state's top trees with Trees of Tennessee, now on sale at the anniversary price of $25 including tax and shipping.
This beautiful book features more than 150 images including 68 of TUFC's notable, champion, landmark, historic, and heritage trees.
All proceeds benefit TUFC. MORE
Bring your tired (but not too tired), your discarded (usable of course), your new and unique items for the 2016 conference silent auction held during the reception October 6 in Murfreesboro. Fill up your very own themed basket with kitten mittens, insect nests, landscape/gardening books, toys—whatever other items that don’t fit into your themed baskets are most welcome.
TUFC certified Oaklands Park in Murfreesboro as the state's newest arboretum. The Level 1 site features winding pathways leading to a natural spring and trees aging to almost 300 years old, including the Oaklands White Oak, a TUFC Historic Tree. TUFC arboreta
The West chapter of TUFC meets October 20 at 1 p.m. at Memphis Botanic Garden. MORE
Memphis is hiring a city forester. MORE
TUFC treasurer Sharon Jean-Philippe is featured in a recent issue newsletter. MORE
Kroger donated more than $75 to TUFC last quarter, earned by supporters using their Kroger Plus shopper's cards. Seven households earned a $78.65 donation between June 1 and August 31.
Raise money for TUFC every time you use your Kroger Plus shopper's card. Get a card or link your current card to Tennessee Urban Forestry Council NPO#84450 by setting up a digital account here. Be sure to update your account every August.
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You can now designate your property as a tree sanctuary with TUFC’s new program for residences. MORE
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