TreeVitalize Pittsburgh has launched a spring season will that will move the partnership closer to its current goal of planting 20,000 trees in the region. Under the management of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and the help of volunteers, TreeVitalize Pittsburgh will plant more than 600 trees in about 22 communities and neighborhoods in and around Pittsburgh in April and May. The partnership is accepting registrations for volunteers to work at these events.
With support of five partners, private foundations and public agencies and the work of more than 4,200 volunteers, TreeVitalize Pittsburgh has planted more than 17,000 trees since 2008. For more information about the partnership or to learn how to volunteer, click here.