A healthy urban forest takes a community of stewards working together to preserve and protect. Residents, neighborhoods, educators, and families play as big a role as City officials. Find ways you can get involved.
Gain the tools and knowledge you need to pass the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist exam.
Join us in making Austin a greener, cooler place where all Austinites have daily access to nature. Connect with us on social media and enjoy regular content and information related to nature in our city.
Learn about the long-range vision for Austin’s urban forest and our community’s plan to get there.
Find out how to get free trees and mulch, and explore tree planting resources from the City of Austin and its partners.
Join experts from the City Arborist program to get a better understanding of the City's tree protection ordinance and how it applies to your trees.
Learn about this tree disease, and find resources to help you monitor oak wilt infections in your area and increase the resilience of your tree canopy.
The Roots & Wings Festival is Austin’s annual combined celebration of Arbor Day and Monarch Appreciation Day. Visit the site any time of year for Anytime Actions you can do from the comfort of your own home, yard, or nearby nature.
Do you have an idea to help Austin’s urban forest? The Urban Forest Grant funds stewardship activities like tree planting, tree care, education, and disease control projects.
Find materials, training, and resources to connect young people in Austin to the trees that help make our city special.
Learn about six ways that homeowners, architects, and homebuilders can help keep Austin cool.
Do you know a teen who’s passionate about the environment? The City of Austin’s Youth Forest Council is an internship connecting young people to careers that support trees and our community.