NM NeighborWoods takes the main concepts of the ABQ NeighborWoods program and adapts them to other urban centers around the state.

We share our program process from start to finish including:

  • Community building through neighborhood or tribe involvement
  • Tree Plotter database training materials
  • Sample documents
  • Suggestions for partnerships with your city and county
  • Suggestions for funding sources

Please contact us to explore the possibilities! Email plantinginquiries@treenm.org for more information. 

International District Tree Planting, Education, and
Air Quality Monitoring Project!

EPA Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving (EJCPS) Cooperative Agreement Program funded tree plantings and tree education for a total of $200,000 in the International District (ID). A portion of this money went to our partner, the Health Equity Council, to conduct air quality monitoring. In addition, Arbor Day, Dollar General, and TreeGreenNM donated funds to increase the number of trees at a tree giveaway.

This project involves two plantings of 100 neighborhood trees, two plantings of 50 fruit trees, two giveaways of 200 trees, six Tree Walk&Talks and six Tree Workshops in 2022 and 2023. Tree New Mexico plants the trees using our Community Planting model and includes our usual tree planting and tree maintenance education at every step.

Thank you to our partners: Health Equity Council (HEC), International District Health Communities Coalition (IDHCC), City Councilor Pat Davis, District 6, East Central Ministries, and ABQ Parks and Recreation.

International District Plantings and Tree Giveaways 

Funded by ABQ City Councilors and an EPA Cooperative Agreement, we are increasing the tree canopy in the ID. Follow link and scroll down to ‘Canopy’ Map to see the urban tree canopy in the International District

Video Credit: Dana Childs

EPA
Tree New Mexico received financial support from the EPA under an Assistance Agreement.
Arbor Day Foundation
Tree Green New Mexico
Dollar General