PARTNERS AND RESOURCES

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.

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OUR PARTNERS


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


EPA

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

Southwest Tree Specialists


Donors Like KUNM

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


Facebook

Facebook


Foundation for Building


Rotary


Just Woke Up Fund, Santa Fe Community Foundation


Peregrine Digital Media


Verizon

Verizon

Douglas fir

Scientific name: Pseudotsuga menziesii Description: The Douglas fir is the largest native evergreen tree in New Mexico and Arizona. It is the most important timber species in […]

Bigtooth Maple

Bigtooth Maple Scientific name: Acer grandidentatum Description: This small-but-mighty, slow-growing tree or shrub is often used in the production of newer, fancier maple cultivars such as the […]

Netleaf Hackberry

Scientific name: Celtis laevigata var. reticulata Alternate Names: Western Hackberry, Sugarberry, Paloblanco Description: This small tree or large shrub is common throughout the Southwest and grows to […]