Already MillionTreesNYC, our community partners, and volunteers have planted over 650,000 trees citywide – providing New York City residents and families with the many health, environmental and economic benefts trees provide!
This spring, MillionTreesNYC continues to offer a diverse range of community events and activities for audiences of all ages, including a new series of lectures about our urban forest; tree care workshops and networking events; volunteer tree planting days; and tree bike tours. Check out the many events taking place from February to June listed below and participate in this year's MillionTreesNYC Month! For more information about these and other upcoming events, please visit our Community Calendar.
MillionTreesNYC Month Events
- Thursday, March 7 through Friday, April 26: Exhibition: Photography of Benjamin Swett, "New York City of Trees", Arsenal Gallery (Manhattan)
- Thursday, April 4, 6:00 p.m.: U.S. Forest Service scientist David Nowak will present his latest discoveries in 'Valuing New York City's Changing Urban Forest,' Arsenal Gallery (Manhattan)
- Friday, April 26, 6:00 p.m.: NYC tree expert Edward Barnard presents 'Stopping by Old Friends: My Favorite Trees in Central Park,' Arsenal Gallery (Manhattan)
BICYCLE TREE TOURS
TREELC WORKSHOPS and EVENTS
VOLUNTEER TREE PLANTING
There are lots of ways you, your family and community can dig in and
become part of the MillionTreesNYC movement. Here’s how: