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Boude Storey Middle School

Thanks to ISNet, Inc volunteers, as well as school staff and students for helping plant trees at Boude Storey Middle School. Because of the hard work and dedication by our volunteers, the Cool Schools program will continue to bring students and the environment together through trees!

Bob Woodruff Tree Planting

NeighborWoods Tree Planting in Plano, TX In honor of the Plano Parks and Recreation’s 50th Anniversary, 50 trees were planted at the Bob Woodruff Park with the help of hardworking Alliance Data volunteers! We appreciate the demo from the special guest vendor, Arbor Stakes, who demonstrated their unique biodegradable, underground staking system. Bob Woodruff Park’s …

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Enlink Volunteer Day

As a part of the Cool Schools program’s integrated curriculum, Enlink helped us install the amphitheater benches for the outdoor learning area at Clinton P. Russell Elementary School. Along with creating spaces for teaching outdoor curriculum, we thank this group of volunteers for making an extra effort to make sure students truly enjoy their outdoor …

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Jack Johnson

During Earth month, Texas Trees was honored to be a part of Jack Johnson’s concert to help support local community environmental stewards! Thanks to Johnson Ohana Foundation for hosting us at the concert with the Urban Forestry booth. All donations were matched by All at Once to give back to Dallas’ environmental non-profits. We like …

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Dan D. Rogers Cool School

Dan. D. Rogers is an offical Cool School! The campus transformation has begun with planting more than 60 new trees, and other landscaping improvements to turn this school into a community parks location! Thanks to all the parents, students, teachers and volunteers who came out on this muddy, spring day to help plant trees and …

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State of the Dallas Urban Forest Report

SEE REPORT Dallas’ urban forest is comprised of the individual trees and groves in and around the places we live, work and play. Urban forest assessment provides a baseline from which to measure changes, trends and outcomes. Sound urban forest management includes tree maintenance, policy development and budgetary decisions – based upon understanding the current …

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