National NeighborWoods™ Month is the annual celebration of trees and green communities. Every October, tens of thousands of volunteers take action to improve their neighborhoods by planting and caring for trees. See what we accomplished together during National NeighborWoods™ Month 2012. Stay tuned for announcements about the kick-off of National NeighborWoods™ Month 2013 later this summer.
- Follow @NeighborWoods on Twitter for event updates and NeighborWoods™ news.
- Visit Alliance for Community Trees on Facebook.
- Read the latest news releases from Alliance for Community Trees.
- View NeighborWoods™ prize-winning photos.
- Download the 2011 National NeighborWoods™ Month Report for results from last year’s event.
- Open Spaces Sacred Places features NeighborWoods™ on it’s blog for October.
- Follow the #landscapechat with Corona Tools and Valley Crest on NeighborWoods™
U.S. Forest Service Associate Chief Mary Wagner issues a public call for Americans to take action to plant and care for trees in their communities during National NeighborWoodsTM Month 2012:
Tom Tidwell, U.S. Forest Service Chief, talks about the value of National NeighborWoods™ Month:
Past National NeighborWoods™ Month media coverage and promotions: