What We Do
On a mission to preserve and protect Atlanta's urban forest
When Trees Atlanta was founded in 1985, its stated purpose was to protect and improve Atlanta's urban forest by planting, conserving, and educating. 30 years and over 113,000 trees later, that mission remains the same. Through a combination of full-time staff, our dedicated and ever-growing community of volunteers, and partnerships with contractors and corporate partners, Trees Atlanta is committed to maintaining and expanding the natural tree canopy of our great city.
Through its planting programs, Trees Atlanta helps stem the tide of tree loss and expands the canopy of metro Atlanta. Since 1985, Trees Atlanta has planted more than 113,000 shade trees across the city. Learn more→
Conservation is critical to the health of Atlanta's urban forest. Maintenance, forest restoration, and invasive species removal programs all play an important role. Learn more→
Trees Atlanta offers programs designed to teach the best methods for planting and caring for trees, removing invasive species, and generally preserving our natural urban forest. Learn more→