Planting and care of "street trees"
by curbs

We arrange care for new and needy city-planted trees by curbs, by participating property owners and our volunteers. We've advised the city on >170 new trees planted so far.

Restoring "second row" trees

We add major trees to fill in the historic second row parallel to the street trees. Of 150 trees we arranged for lawns and yards 74 fill in the second row, to regrow the historic allées.

Stopping 40 years of tree loss

Contractors and their clients should abide by the Urban Forest Preservation Act of 2002, which bars cutting large trees on public and private land without prior city approval.

News & Events

Inventory Project Launched

Our 2013 Treekeeper season (slideshow)
This summer RMA Treekeepers cleared, mulched and watered at-risk trees. They persuaded more owners to care for city trees.

Our tour of Casey Tree Farm taught us lots about growing city trees.

See pictures and read about RMA in Washingon Life

Reception for RMA at Residence of Costa Rica Ambassador Muni Figueres brings record turnout.

New rose park on formerly neglected landscape north of Sheridan Circle thanks to our donors.

Earlier events > > >

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A Grand Avenue Revival, our
landscape history & design guide

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