Education and Outreach

Trees for missoula in School

Trees for Missoula (TFM) was invited to teach urban forestry to the Missoula Agriculture Center students during the winter/spring 2017 semester. 

Specialists from TFM, the City of Missoula Urban Forestry Division (UF), the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), MSU Cooperative Extension Service and local community all served as valuable resources. Students learned the basics about trees and their proper care and participated in volunteer activities in the urban forest.

TFM looks forward to continuing this program and would love to reach out to even more students.

If you are a student, parent or educator interested in bringing urban forest curriculum to your school, please contact Karen.Sippy@treesformissoula.org.

 

Education and Outreach

Trees for Missoula (TFM) strives to increase public awareness regarding the importance of trees in the urban environment, including their social, economic and environmental benefits.

TFM also provides instruction on proper planting, pruning and watering techniques.

If you are interested in learning more about the proper planting and maintenance of trees, you can find it here.