We plant trees + grow community

Friends of Trees is taking our region’s COVID-related restrictions and guidelines very seriously; we are actively planning future tree planting & tree care events with health and safety concerns at the forefront of planning efforts, you can find more information here. You can stay connected with us through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, where we’re sharing information and stories about trees + community. Until further notice the Portland office is closed to the public; appointments may be made with individual staff as necessary.

We hope you and yours are safe and well. We can’t wait to plant trees with you again!

Friends of Trees inspires people to improve the world around them through a simple solution:
Planting Trees. Together.

Get A Tree

Want a street or yard tree of your own? Find out how.

Donate

Your donation will plant trees & grow community.

Volunteer

You CAN do something! Learn about the ways you can volunteer.

Make a one-time gift

Give A Tree

Celebrate life events and honor loved ones with a Gift Tree.

Think Like a Tree.

840,000 trees and native shrubs in neighborhoods, parks and natural areas throughout the Pacific Northwest since 1989.

Thanks to you.

Help us grow. Let’s plant trees. Together.

Upcoming Events

It’s hiring season! Friends of Trees seeks a Development Specialist

  JOB SUMMARY Friends of Trees seeks a Development Specialist to help achieve our mission of bringing people together to plant and care for trees…

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Friends of Trees is seeking its next Executive Director

We are currently searching for our next Executive Director. This person brings experience with nonprofit management, volunteer management, fundraising and business development and a passion…

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Simple ways to protect your tree on windy days

The Pacific Northwest is experiencing a historic windstorm event in September, 2020. These winds can cause serious damage to both young and established trees. When…

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Twitter

6 hours ago
Here's a nice little story from our friends at @BESPortland
"... residents converted an underused patch of right-of-way into the Boise-Eliot Native Grove, a home for wildlife & a place to relax, learn, & play" #whywednesday #treesfilterrainwater https://t.co/VOJj4DAU3L

Facebook

Friends of Trees
Friends of Trees31 minutes ago
Here's a nice little story from our friends at Bureau of Environmental Services about a #partnership for #nature "With a little vision and a lot of help from community and City partners, Northeast Portland residents converted an underused patch of right-of-way into the Boise-Eliot Native Grove, a home for wildlife and a place to relax, learn, and play for people in the city." #whywednesday #treesfilterrainwater https://bit.ly/3cE0YwQ