Bear Branch Elementary

Tree Planting 2024


Next meeting to be held at the Bear Branch Community Room 3215 Cedar Knolls, Kingwood Texas, 77339,  September 24, 2024 at 4pm 

Aspen Utility Company

Thank you Aspen Utility Company for your generosity in donating  100  trees to Trees for Kingwood and  Trees for Houston.  Your contribution will help reforest The Liveable Forest in Kingwood. Thank you once again for your generous contribution. 

Kingwood Family Dentistry

Dr. Scott Mosby, Dr. Chris Caldwell and the staff of Kingwood Family Dentistry are dedicated to giving back to the community as in their annual vintage car show to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Kingwood Family Dentistry backs the reforestation efforts of Trees for Kingwood.

February 8, 2024 Kingwood, TX – Trees for Kingwood Committee is pleased to announce receiving a $2,000 donation from Rotary Club of Kingwood  These funds are designated to further the Trees for Students program.  This program partners with local schools to teach students about the importance of trees in our environment.  As part of the program, the students receive a small tree they can plant in their community or at one of our partner organization sites.  This is the second donation from Rotary Club of Kingwood in support of this initiative.

About Trees for Kingwood: Trees for Kingwood is a volunteer community group that promotes tree education and facilitates tree planting in the Kingwood, Texas area.  Kingwood has lost thousands of trees due to storms, droughts, disease, and invasive vines over the last 50 years.  Trees provide shade, cooling, and can help absorb runoff and help improve water quality.  We partner with corporations, local government, and trail and community associations to develop a new generation of healthy Kingwood forest.

Trees for Kingwood Plants 35 Trees Along Woodland Hills Drive

A new community group called Trees for Kingwood completed their first tree planting in November 2022.  The group works across community and trails associations, local government and local businesses to facilitate reforesting the Kingwood area.  The trees are planted with best practices (such as adding soil amendments and root stimulator) and a two year watering plan to get them established.

Contributions from area community and trails association with trees from the City of Houston allowed for the professional installation of some 35 medium sized trees in our service area.  Many of the trees were planted in the bare medians of Woodland Hills Drive starting at Ben’s Branch continuing towards Kingwood Drive.

Trees for Kingwood

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