Trees For Schools

Through our Trees for Schools program, we identify public schools that will benefit from trees and provide them at no cost to the school due to funding by the Montgomery Federation of Garden Clubs and Alabama Power.
Trees For Schools
We work with the school principal, the Montgomery Public Schools Buildings and Grounds supervisor, as well as Montgomery’s urban forester, planting native trees compatible with local soil conditions.

The schools pledge to water the trees for two years, and members of Montgomery Trees monitor their progress.

The purpose of this program is to beautify our schools, provide shade for our schoolchildren, and involve the children in tree care, so they learn to be active participants in creating a healthy environment.

Would you like your school to participate in the Trees for Schools program? Contact us at info@montgomerytrees.org.

Trees for Schools Recipients:

2007
Forest Avenue Elementary

2008
T.S. Morris Elementary

2009
Halcyon Elementary

2010
Morningview Elementary
Carr Middle

2011
Brewbaker Technology Magnet High
Bellingrath Middle

2012
Carver HS
Blount Elementary

2013
T.S. Morris Elementary
Carver HS
MacMillan International Academy

2014
Carver HS
Park Crossing HS

2015
Carver HS
Park Crossing HS

2016
Carver HS

2017
Goodwyn Middle School