Tree Watering Volunteers
Our city trees withstand threats of bugs, diseases, and human destruction, which endanger their long-term survival. We know the benefits that trees provide – clean air, clean water, cooling shade amongst others – so we must strive to help them survive day-to-day life in our community. The SPB Volunteer Tree Outreach Program hopes to be the voice and the foot soldiers in the fight for trees, the volunteers who plant, advocate, and care by watering the trees along our city streets.
Now SPB needs your help to water these newly planted trees.
Individuals, families, community members, students and non-profit groups interested in helping our trees are invited to participate in our tree watering outreach program. You can help by distributing educational materials and tree watering tools for South Pasadena residents, including homeowners, renters, leaders of businesses and institutions.
With the help of our program advisor, Dr. Jerold Turney, SPB will kick off its pilot tree watering outreach program on Sunday, May 6th.
- 9 am – 10 am Tree Care Tool kit Training
- 10 am – 12 pm Resident Outreach
- 12 pm – 12:30 Debrief Session
Location: Eddie Park, 2017 Edgewood Drive, South Pasadena
If you are interested in participating in our tree watering outreach program, please let us know! We will respond immediately.