The annual conference features national speakers, arboriculture and forestry workshops, panels, and hands-on demonstrations. MORE
Email updates on Council activities and the state of Tennessee's urban forest.
Tennessee Tree Climb
TUFC sponsors the statewide competition, which promotes tree care professionalism and safety practices. Contestants compete in five preliminary events and the Master's Challenge for the state title, which includes a berth in the ISA Southern Tree Competition. MORE
Landmark, Historic, and Heritage Tree Registry
TUFC's Tree Registry recognizes noteworthy trees or groves for their significance to Tennessee communities, the state, and the nation. Landmark trees are part of a community's heritage, Historic trees witnessed an historical event, and Heritage trees qualify but have fallen. MORE
Notable Tree Exhibit
This touring photo exhibit showcases trees from TUFC's Tree Registry and the state Division of Forestry's Champion Tree Program. Since the exhibit premiered in 2005 at Legislative Plaza of Tennessee's Capitol, it has been displayed in venues across the state.
Trees of Tennessee Book
Over 150 images with 68 registry and state champion trees MORE
TUFC certifies more than 100 arboreta across the state, ranging from small schools to large parks, which are home to thousands of trees. Designed to encourage public education and interaction with trees, the program requires an arboretum to be open to the public with labeled trees that are properly maintained. MORE
Companies have their properties certified as aboreta.
Home owners create a personal arboretum on their property. MORE
Urban Forestry Centers of Excellence
Regional sites throughout the state assist with arboretum development and certification, provide ongoing educational programs, and give citizens a local resource for arboriculture. MORE
State of Tennessee
Support for the State of Tennessee Urban Forestry program and promotion and review of Urban and Community Forestry Grants MORE
Promotion and support for Arbor Day, Tree City USA, Tree Line USA, Tree Boards and ReLeaf Programs; member, Alliance for Community Trees MORE
Equal Opportunity is the Law
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits federally assisted programs from discriminating based on race, color, or national origin. Tennessee Urban Forestry Council also requires that its services and programs be offered to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, or national origin.
Should you feel you have been discriminated against, contact:
P.O. Box 58443
Nashville, TN 37205