Learn more and get connected. We have put together these quick access resources for your tree planting endeavors. Watch these videos or follow these links to get more information on tree planting and care in New Mexico.



New Mexico State Forestry

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

Let's Plant Albuquerque

Let’s Plant Albuquerque Tree Alliance

City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation
City of Albuquerque Open Space Division

County of Bernalillo


Environmental Protection Agency
Tree New Mexico received financial support from the EPA under an Assistance Agreement.

Albuquerque Water Utilities Authority

Village of Los Ranchos Agricultural Programs

Albuquerque Public Schools-Career Enrichment Center

City Councilors of Albuquerque

AllPrint Graphics

Apache Corporation

Apache Corporation

Rio Grande Credit Union

Food is Free

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Dakota Tree Project

Dollar General







Dollar General

United Church of Santa Fe



Southwest Tree Specialists

Donors Like KUNM


IVS – Independent Vehicle Services

Arbor Day Foundation

Arbor Day Foundation


Trees of Corrales

Plant World

The Brew

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

The Nature Conservancy

CIUDAD Soil and Water Conservation Service

New Mexico State University Extension Service



Foundation for Building

Tree Green New Mexico


Just Woke Up Fund, Santa Fe Community Foundation

Peregrine Digital Media





Xeriscaping and Landscaping Plastic

(by Kelly White) One of the myths about xeriscaping is that landscape plastic or landscape cloth is environmentally friendly. NOT! Plastic and even cloth inhibits water […]

Chokecherry – March Tree of the Month

Scientific name: Prunus Virginiana Description:  Chokecherry is a perennial, deciduous, woody, thicket-forming large erect shrub, or small tree. It rarely reaches a height of over 30 feet.  […]

Bur Oak – February 2023 Tree of the Month

Scientific name: Quercus macrocarpa Family: Fagaceae One of the large trees found on NM’s Climate Ready Tree list(s). It has a broad crown and stout spreading branches. Generally, […]