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Find Your Neighborhood Tree Team

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Find your neighborhood Tree Team and learn how to get connected!
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Neighborhood Tree Team Websites and Contact Information

Interested in joining a Tree Team, collaborating with a Tree Team, or simply learning more about what they do? Feel free to contact fellow Tree Teams, explore their websites, and check out their tree plans.  

Neighborhood Tree TeamWebsite/contactTree Plan
Albina Coalition of Tree Teams (Boise/Eliot, Vernon, King, Sabin, Irvington, Humboldt)facebook.com/ACTTpdx-
Albina Tree Team (Boise/Eliot)albinatrees.org
albinaneighborhoodtreeteam@gmai…
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Arbor Lodge Tree Teamarborlodgeneighborhood.com
Ginger.edws@gmail.com
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Ash Creek Tree TeamNot currently active-
Alameda Beaumont-Wilshire Tree Teamjkingeca@gmail.comDownload

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Brentwood-Darlington Tree Teamrhanifin@gmail.comDownload
Buckman Tree TeamDownload
Concordia Tree Teamconcordiatreeteam.wordpress.com
barbaralwharton@yahoo.com
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Creston-Kenilworth Tree Team Not currently activeDownload
Cully Tree Team nelson-matthews@comcast.net-
Eastmoreland Tree Teameastmoreland.org/committees/trees 
trees@eastmoreland.org
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Foster-Powell Tree TeamNot currently activeDownload
Grant Park Tree Team Not currently active-
Hillsdale Tree TeamHillsdaleTreeTeam@gmail.com-
Hollywood Tree Team Not currently activeDownload
Hosford-Abernethy Tree TeamDownload
Humboldt Tree Team majidaji (at) me.comDownload
Irvington Tree Teamirvingtonpdx.com/tree-team
krubin317@gmail.com
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Kenton Bark and Branch Brigadefacebook.com/kentontreeteam
kentontrees@gmail.com
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Kerns Tree Teamkerns.tree.team@gmail.comDownload
King-Sabin Tree Teamkingsabintreeteam.wordpress.com
kingsabintrees@gmail.com
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Laurelhurst Tree TeamLaurelhurstTreeTeam@gmail.comDownload
Lents/Brentwood-Darlington Tree TeamLBD.rangers@gmail.comDownload
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Montavilla Tree BudsNot currently activeDownload
Mt Tabor Tree Team amychom@gmail.com Download
Mt Scott-Arleta Tree Team msatreeteam@gmail.com Download
Multnomah Tree Team multnomahtreeteam@protonmail.com Download
North Tabor Tree Team Not currently activeDownload
Northwest District Tree TeamNot currently activeDownload
Old Town-Chinatown Tree Geeksglorialeeglo@yahoo.com-
Overlook Tree TeamNot currently activeDownload
Parkrose Tree Team Not currently activeDownload
Parkrose Heights Tree Team badrickt@gmail.com Download
Piedmont Canopy Crewkimberlykosa@gmail.com-
Portsmouth Tree Teamportsmouthtrees@gmail.comDownload
Powelhurst-Gilbert Tree Team kristina.weis@gmail.com -
Rose City Park Tree Coalitiongatesdavide@gmail.com facebook.com/RCPTreeCoalition/Download
Roseway Tree Teamrosewaytreeteam@gmail.com Download
Sabin Tree Team julie.fukuda@gmail.com Download
Sellwood-Moreland Tree TeamNot currently activeDownload
South Tabor Tree Teamfacebook.com/SouthTaborTreeTeamDownload
St Johns Tree Teamsjtreeteam@gmail.com
sjtreeteam.myfreesites.netfacebook.com/stjohnstreeteam
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en Español
Sullivan's Gulch Tree Teammdowns@pdx.eduDownload
Sunnyside Tree Teamsunnysideneighborhood.wordpress.com/trees
s2t2@googlegroups.com
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Vernon Tree TeamNot currently active-
West Portland Park Tree TeamNot currently active-
Woodlawn Tree Teammaijaspencer@hotmail.comDownload
Woodstock Tree Teamwoodstockpdx.org/committees/sustainable-woodstock/teamDownload

Learn About Tree Plans

In 2016, Urban Forestry wrapped up the multi-year Street Tree Inventory Project. With the help of over 1,300 volunteers, we measured, mapped and identified more than 218,000 street trees in 96 Portland neighborhoods!

This project provided neighborhood-specific data describing tree canopy characteristics such as:

  • Species diversity and tree type composition
  • Distribution of trees by size class
  • Susceptibility of tree canopy to pests and pathogens
  • Estimates of tree benefits (cooling effects, stormwater management, air quality improvements)
  • Available planting opportunities
  • Recommendations for care of existing trees
  • Planning for the future urban forest

Using this information, Tree Teams worked with Urban Forestry staff to develop Tree Plans for their neighborhoods. Tree Plans set goals for the improvement of the neighborhood forest and address the following types of questions:

  • What could the neighborhood tree canopy look like in 20 or 30 years if the streets were lined with trees?
  • Where are opportunities for new street tree plantings? 
  • Are there hot spots in the neighborhood where trees are lacking?  
  • Are there recently planted trees that would benefit from structural pruning?
  • Are there historically significant, magnificent trees that could be nominated to be Heritage Trees?

The Tree Plan can then be used to guide community tree stewardship workshops, events and educational activities and as an outreach tool to the community.