TREES PLEASE! is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit located locally in Tucson, Arizona.  Our goal is to help restore damaged native habitats within Pima County.  Education through community outreach, and involving local residents, is another intention of TREES PLEASE!  We plan on planting native trees every weekend, providing our network of conservation volunteers, while partnering with other organizations who are in line with our mission. 
 TREES PLEASE! has paid for and planted over 120 trees in an 86 acre Marana, Arizona wildlife corridor, known officially as El Rio Open Space Area.  TREES PLEASE! has also worked in partnership with the Town of Marana, the Marana Rock Gold Disc Club, and the Tucson Audubon Society to plant another 200 trees in the same wildlife corridor.

​Trees Please! Programs

Native Desert Habitat Restoration  

            Planting and watering native trees and ground cover throughout Pima County. Over 300 trees planted so far in Marana and Tucson AZ. 200 trees planted in partnership, and over 100 trees planted independently.  Future projects to include the use of Groasis watering apparatus. Urban and populous transition areas native tree planting, watering, and education for water conservation and energy conservation techniques. Propagation of native trees at various vacant properties within Pima County. Water wagons to be utilized at time of planting, and partnership organizations utilized to maintain vitality of trees and to ensure establishment and long term success of habitat restoration.
Family Gardens/Therapy Centers
  • Free urban plots for any individual or family
  • Handicap accessible 
  • Animal husbandry
  • Workshops for “green” living and sustainable urban food production
  • Festivals/cultural events for “green” awareness
  • Special needs training and activities
  • Horticultural therapy
  • Cheese making
  • Community building
  • “Green” themed movie nights
  • Beekeeping
  • Pottery and Oya workshops
  • Children gardens
  • Other workshops/events aligned with mission (ie art, organic growing methods, native edibles)
Park/Wash Clean-ups: Click below to sign up for a clean-up.  Click HERE for a map of Park/Wash clean up sites.

Horticultural/Animal Therapy
Neighborhood Art Installations/ "Green" Awareness 
Community Workshops  - Pottery , Ollas, Rain Jars , Cheesemaking

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