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To engage our volunteers in projects that sustainably contribute to increasing urban forestry in Arizona and to educate the public on the benefits of urban forestry, including carbon capture, decreasing the heat island effect, and cleaning the air.


  • Increase the tree canopy in low income, low canopy areas throughout Arizona
  • Provide education to Arizonans on best practices for tree maintenance and the benefits of urban forestry
  • Provide a model for cities on how to work with private residents


  • City of Apache Junction
  • City of Phoenix
  • ASU Sustainable Cities Network
  • Alhambra Elementary School District
  • Microsoft
  • American Forests
  • Rio Reimagine
  • Arbor Day Foundation
  • Isaac School District
  • City of Mesa
  • City of Avondale
  • City of Glendale
  • Dysart Unified School District
  • Mesa Public Schools
Volunteer Hours
Lorena Saldana
Lorena SaldanaUrban Forestry Programs Manager
Tree Planting, Phoenix Metro Urban Forestry Roundtable
Paul Falsone
Paul FalsoneUrban Forestry Program Manager
Tree Planting, Data & Monitoring
Glen Redman
Glen RedmanTree Monitoring Assistant

Phoenix Metro Urban Forestry Roundtable

Roundtable Committees

Current and Planned Projects

Past Projects

Press Release 4.26.2024

May 8th, 2024|

Arizona Sustainability Alliance Teams Up with Premier Phoenix Businesses for Earth Week Celebration April 25, 2024  Phoenix, AZ: The Arizona Sustainability Alliance (AZSA) hosted its 5th Annual Conservation Invasion event at the Nina Mason

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