Tree Project

What: A neighborhood-wide project to replace trees lost in recent years to drought, storms, development, old age or disease.

When: Fall 2018. Late October/early November is the best time to plant a tree. Watch for details in upcoming Tanglewood NA emails.

Who: We plan to connect you with discounts at a commercial nursery, the City of Fort Worth’s free trees program and professionals who can offer selection, planting, pruning and maintenance tips.

Where: Your yard. Strategically planted trees help reduce your energy bills and add value to your home. Planting trees near the curb helps shade asphalt streets and cool the neighborhood.

How: How can you help? Glad you asked!

Take the Tree Project survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/GW67RNP

  1. Spread the word. Tell your neighbors, especially those who don’t do email, about our tree planting project.

Ask your civic or scout group if they can help elderly or disabled neighbors plant a tree this fall, then let us know by emailing: blockcaptain@tanglewood-neighbors.org

Neighborhood Tree Planting Program

Participants are required to plant and water the trees. Residents get to know their neighbors by working toward a common goal, which builds a stronger sense of community.