In Partnership with the St Louis Public Library, Partnership Coordinator Rebecca Hankins teaches how trees offer people many ecosystem benefits, including cleaner air and energy savings. Discover their surprising social benefits, […]
This free, six week course educates citizens about trees, their benefits and care, and provides practical, hands-on learning. When: Wednesdays, February 28th-April 3rd Where: Ameren Renewable Energy Center Timing: 6pm-8pm […]
Join Great Rivers Greenway and Forest ReLeaf of Missouri in caring for trees that were planted in North Riverfront Park along the Mississippi Greenway’s Riverfront Trail. These trees will provide […]
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We need trees.
For the air we breathe, the water we use, and the wildlife we love.
Trees benefit the greater good in ways that most of us don’t think of.
At Forest ReLeaf, we believe that the countless benefits of trees are worth finding creative solutions.
That’s why we work with community groups, individuals, municipal governments, under-resourced communities and non-profits in order to steward the expansion of native tree growth across Missouri.
We don’t just plant trees randomly.
We strategically plan for well-adapted, ecologically appropriate trees in the right places to support thriving, biodiverse forest systems across our urban and wildlands. In 2022 this looked like:
The passion of our volunteers and partners will change the narrative of our future. We leverage the power of people and partnerships, to enhance our healthy forests and connect with nature.