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

Learn to Identify Local Trees- September 12

This course will cover how to identify trees and the strategies for successfully teaching the concept to others. If you would like to volunteer in San Antonio Natural Areas this course get you into that network. Call Nicole @ 210-207-3782 to register. The course will be Monday, September 12 at Phil Hardberger Park 8400 NW Military Hwy. … [Read More...]

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 Trester-Wilson with SABG @ 210-829-5360 with questions Course Description: This course was designed to help prepare professional arborists to … [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