Alamo Forest Partnership
Mission and Goals

Our Mission:

Raising community awareness of the value and proper care of trees.

Our Goals:

Conserving energy and water, improving air quality and reducing storm water runoff through proper tree selection and planting   |   Educating the public on healthy ecosystems, involving appropriate placement and types of trees   |   Promoting and maintaining healthy wildlife habitat and biodiversity   |   Creating an inventory of existing trees and monitoring the placement of newly-planted trees

Upcoming Events

State Champion Cottonwood

Certified Arborist Test Prep Course

Certified Arborist Test Preparation Course Fridays, September 9th to September 30th, 2016 9:00 am – 4:00 pm San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Registration Link Call Emma … [Read More...]

Tree Disease Identification & Management

Tree Disease Identification & Management Date: Friday, June 17 Location: Phil Hardberger Park (Urban Ecology Center) 8400 NW Military HWY, San Antonio, TX 78231 Time: 8:30 AM to 3:30 … [Read More...]

Learn More About Trees

CoSA workers planting a street tree

Tree Planting Guidelines

Recommended trees for San Antonio, guidelines for selecting the right tree, proper planting rules and good pruning practices.

Urban Forestry Resources

Identifying Texas trees, a colorful San Antonio tree guide, hiring local arborists, everything you need to know about Oak Wilt, where to get help plus Texas & national tree organizations.

Benefits, Services and Values

How trees clean our air and drinking water, reduce flooding, conserve energy and make San Antonio a better place to live.

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Alamo Forest Partnership | c/o Mark Bird | Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center | 1901 S Alamo St | San Antonio TX 78204 | (210) 207-0278