1,000 Trees for Trumbull

1,000 Trees for Trumbull's goal is to plant 1,000 trees over a period of 10 years to improve the quality of water and air for the people and wildlife in Trumbull. This is an innovative collaboration between the Trumbull Public Works and Parks & Recreation departments, the Trumbull Conservation Commission, and the Sustainable Trumbull Team. 

1,000 Trees for Trumbull is made possible by funding from several sources.

  • The Town of Trumbull has allocated funds for 2023 & 2024
  • Private donation from Aquarion's 2022 Environmental Champion award winner Mary Ellen Lemay
  • Private grant with The Pollinator Pathway as intermediary

Check back here for updates on our progress at Twin Brooks Park and for information on what you can do at home, including resources about native plants, shrubs, and trees.

1000 Trees for Trumbull Progress (JPG)

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We are honored to be selected as a#TreeCityUSA by Arbor Day Foundation for the first time! This program celebrates the importance of an urban tree canopy and the improved care of vital city trees. 

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Arbor Day

#ArborDay is April 28, 2023! We are celebrating the national holiday as a Tree City USA by planting trees at Twin Brooks Park. Learn more about our involvement with Arbor Day by visiting: arborday.org/TreeCityUSA.