We can all play a role in stewarding our urban trees and community forests.  There are many ways to voluntarily steward Vermont's trees. To get involved, join your local Conservation Commission or Tree Board, participate in Arbor Day or another community tree planting event, weed tree beds, table at local events, or share proper tree care practices.  Whether you have an hour, a day, or are looking for a long-term volunteer commitment, we hope that we can connect you to the people and resources you need!

  • Read about some of Vermont's Tree Wardens 
  • Check out our events to find upcoming volunteer opportunities.
  • Use our mapping tool to find the people and groups that are engaged with trees in your region, and how to reach them.
  • Search communities and organizations below by County to find a group to contact that might scratch your volunteering itch.   
  • Interested in helping raise awareness and being an on-the-ground force against invasive forest pests?  Visit vtinvasives.org to find opportunities!
  • Sign up for our TREEmail e-newsletter so we can stay in touch with you!
  • Contact Us with specific questions or for guidance on coordinating a volunteer event in your community.  


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