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.
USDA Says “Get Involved” in National NeighborWoods® Month
In a 2013 video in support of National NeighborWoods Month, Butch Blazer, USDA Deputy Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment, encourages everyone to “get involved both personally and professionally” in this nationwide celebration of community trees. Watch the video and join in the celebration:
See our 2013 Results: 50,000 New Trees Make U.S. Cities Healthier and More Resilient
Check out our National NeighborWoods® Month 2012 results:
Read our 2012 Closing Announcement: Americans Unite To Plant 45,000 Trees Nationwide
- Follow @NeighborWoods on Twitter for event updates and NeighborWoods® news.
- Visit Alliance for Community Trees on Facebook.
- View NeighborWoods® prize-winning photos.
2013 Media Coverage:
- Landscape Chat (twitter)
- Nature Sacred
- Natural Awakenings Magazine
- Tree Care Industry Association
- American Public Works Association
Past Media Coverage and Promotions: