• Volunteer With Us!

    Help make Utah a greener and healthier place. Join us for a planting or two.

    Find out more about our events below.

  • Trees Planted

    Since 1990, we have planted over 345,000 trees throughout the state of Utah. Help us plant another 345,000 over the next 25 years.

  • Do You Love Trees?

    Show your love of trees and make a tax-deductible gift today. Your donation will be put right to work planting trees this year!

  • Find Us

    Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Encourage your friends to join our social media family as well.

  • Summer Camps

    Join us for Redwood Ranger Adventure Days, exploring wetland habitats and our organic orchard. Book your dates today.

Summer Mulch Madness

July 29th, 6 – 8pm

With these hot temperatures of summer our urban trees sometimes need extra care. Join us for Mulch Madness at the Big Cottonwood Regional Park and we’ll show you proper mulching technique to help trees retain moisture and stay happy and healthy!

CLICK HERE for more details and to sign up today!

Seedlings & Saplings Kids Classes

Fridays & Saturdays throughout the summer

This summer join TreeUtah at the Conservation Garden Park for Seedlings (ages 3 to 5) and Saplings (ages 7 to 12) nature classes. Come explore with us! Each class will be full of sensory experiences, dramatic play, stories, hands-on activities, nature arts and crafts, and discovery.

To see what classes are around the corner and for additional information, CLICK HERE.


Volunteer Training

Tuesday August 18th, 5:30-6:30pm

Volunteers truly are the heartwood of TreeUtah and make our work possible. Thousands of dedicated and hard working people like you help us each year to accomplish our goals. We are offering a few training opportunities this summer in preparation for a great fall planting and education season!

Please CLICK HERE if you are interested in learning more about TreeUtah volunteer opportunities.

What People Are Saying

“I love getting outside and at TreeUtah’s tree plantings we get to go to beautiful locations and plant trees. There is nothing better than planting a little tree and knowing I am making our environment better.


“Perfect volunteer opportunity! Outdoors, helping the environment and having fun with great people!”


Trees, trees, trees, oh, trees.  We need them… They give us oxygen, paper, wood. There are a lot of things they give us that we don’t know. They even look pretty out in your yard all colorful.

Matt2nd Grader

Mark Miller Subaru loves trees because they help offset the emissions that cars put off. We try to do our part by planting a tree for every car we sell, creating a more beautiful and healthy Utah.

Mark Miller Subaru