The Tyler Trees Committee was established in 1989 and has planted more than 3000 trees in Tyler's parks and schools with the help of thousands of community volunteers.

The Committee's goal is to beautify, enhance and preserve the abundant natural resources of Tyler to:

  • Promote tourism;
  • Attract new businesses and residents; and advance quality of life for all Tyler residents.

The Trees Committee was originally formed to address the loss of trees in Bergfeld Park. Since 1989, the Committee has gone on to host tree plantings in other City parks, schools and other locations.

Trees planted by the Committee have been carefully researched and varieties are chosen that are adatable to Tyler's soil conditions and climate. By working with city arborist Cody Goldman, the Committee is assured the best selections are made so future generations will benefit from their efforts.

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City of Tyler and Texas A&M Presents:

Tyler Invasive Species Workshop - 9:00 a.m. - June 22, 2017

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Trees Committee Meetings

The Tyler Trees Committee members meet at the Tyler Rose Garden Center (420 Rose Park Drive) in the Rose Room, once a month on Wednesdays. This website will be updated after each monthly meeting with the date of the following meeting.

Next Meeting: May 17, 2016 - 11:30 a.m.

If you are interested in volunteering for the Trees Committee, please feel free to show up at any event. You can also call (903) 531-1179 for more information.

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