Interested in learning how to prune your recently planted trees? We are launching a new “pruning party” program during the off season! If you are interested in having your young street trees maintained and you live in Gloucester City, Camden, Trenton, or Newark, please let us know! South Jersey residents should contact Meredith at firstname.lastname@example.org. Residents living in North Jersey should reach out to Crystal at email@example.com.
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The NJ Tree Foundation is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to planting trees in New Jersey’s most urban neighborhoods, where the need is greatest. Through tree planting, volunteerism, and partnerships, we assist numerous communities in improving their environment and quality of
Every spring and fall, hundreds of volunteers join forces with the NJ Tree Foundation and our community partners to dig holes, plant trees, lay mulch, and have fun at tree planting events. Sign-up for our e-newsletter to be the first to know
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The NJ Tree Foundation had a lot to celebrate in 2019 – including environmental justice and planting our 7,000th tree in Camden!Read more
This fall, the NJ Tree Foundation had the opportunity to partner with the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority and the South Jersey Land & Water Trust to plant trees at the Cramer Hill Nature Preserve. The Cramer Hill Nature Preserve, which officially opened in May of this year, is a 35 acre forest in Camden City. This park was once the site of illegal dumping and a sewage treatment plant, but has since been remediated. The Cramer Hill Nature preserve also hosts a portion of the Circuit Trail, an 800-mile network of trails that spans from Philadelphia and into Camden. The Circuit Trail runs along Farragut Ave and works its way through the adjacent neighborhood.Read more