TreeVitalize Volunteer Sign-up
Listed below are the fall 2016 volunteer planting events.
TreeVitalize Pittsburgh will be working in 16 neighborhoods to plant hundreds of trees this season. Help make the Pittsburgh region greener by registering for a volunteer tree planting.
All plantings begin at 9 a.m. unless otherwise noted.
|Planting Date|| Neighborhood ||Meeting Location|
|*Whitehall||Whitehall Public Library, 100 Borough Park Dr., 15236|
|*Stanton Heights||Sunnyside Elementary School, 4739 Stanton Ave., 15201|
|Wednesday, October 26||*Harrison||Adagio Health Parking Lot, 2418 Freeport Rd., 15065|
|Saturday, October 29||*East Liberty||Mellon St. & East Liberty Blvd. Parklet, 15206|
|*Lawrenceville||Lawrenceville United, 4839 Butler St., 15201|
|*Swissvale||Harrison Ave. & Nevada St., 15218|
|Saturday, November 5||*Coraopolis||Cornell Elementary School, 1099 Maple Street Ext., 15108|
|*Manchester||Manchester Citizens Corp., 1319 Allegheny Ave., 15233|
|*Pleasant Hills||Pleasant Hills Arboretum, W. Bruceton Rd., 15236|
|Saturday, November 12||*Aspinwall||Aspinwall Borough Bldg, 217 Commercial Ave. 15215|
|*Bloomfield||Friendship Park @ S. Mathilda St., 15224|
|Saturday, November 19||Blawnox||Blawnox Community Park, Center Ave. 15238|
|Sharpsburg||Kennedy Park, N. Canal St., 15215|
|McKeesport||McKeesport Presbyterian Church, 1510 Versailles Ave., 15132|
|Point Breeze||Tuscarora St. & Peebles St., 15221|
* indicates plantings have taken place
% indicates the planting is at volunteer capacity
Pre-registration is required. Fill out the form below and select the neighborhood(s) where you would like to volunteer. You can register for multiple events at one time. You can also register by calling 412-586-2386.
Volunteers are asked to wear long pants, closed-toed shoes and to dress for the weather. All plantings will be held rain or shine. Feel free to bring a reusable water bottle. All necessary tools will be provided by TreeVitalize Pittsburgh.
If you have any questions, contact TreeVitalize at 412-586-2386 or email@example.com.
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy considers applicants and volunteers without regard to race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, sexual preference, disability, marital status or veteran status.