The Tree Council is working with member organisation Trees for Cities to get 4000 Londoners involved in growing, planting, surveying and caring for urban trees.
Opportunities range from becoming part of a Tree Warden team to being involved in London’s biggest volunteer urban tree survey.
Through the project, 9000 new trees will be planted across London and volunteers will have the opportunity to receive a wide range of training in urban forestry and community tree planting.
The project will also offer 18 internships within the tree planting charity sector and 50 work experience placements.
With formal accreditation available and a wide range of opportunities, there’s something for everyone who wants to get involved in looking after London’s biggest environmental asset, its trees.
If you are interested in becoming a London Tree Warden please contact us.
The Londoners Love Trees project is a partnership between Trees for Cities and The Tree Council, supported by the LTOA and Barcham Trees. It's funded by The Mayor's Team London initiative under the Improving Quality of Life theme.