Sustaining Our Urban Landscape | SOUL


Would YOU like to see more trees in your community? Then join us at a 1.5 hour block captain training and see if you’re ready to enlist your neighbors to sign up for trees!

Trainings are 1.5 hours on weekday evenings (and they involve bottles of wine). We’ll teach you about our strategy for replanting New Orleans, the different tree species that we offer and what conditions they thrive in, best practices for talking to your neighbors, and how we permit every tree through the city. Next meeting: Wednesday, July 18 – 6-7:30pm at 300 N. Broad St. (same building as Whole Foods) 2nd floor in ReFresh Community Room.

Email us for more information. RSVP at this link.


Join us to discover what caused New Orleans’ deforestation, the role our urban forest plays in our resilience, and how as citizens we can replant our city. Classroom and field instruction includes: How to Plant, Prune + Stake Trees; New Orleans’ Stormwater Systems’ Growing Fruit Trees in the City; Tree Maintenance + Preservation; Green Infrastructure + Trees; Tree Identification; and more!

This series is free thanks to the generous support provided by the Keller Family Foundation.

Seating is limited. RSVP online. Your attendance ┬áis required at every session. Presentations are from 5:30-8pm and include dinner. Presentations will occur at the City Park Botanical Gardens’ Garden Study Center + the ReFresh Community Room at 300 N. Broad. More information will be shared with attendees closer to the event.