Preserving, protecting, and planting trees in Greater Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear region.

Our Upcoming Tree Distributions
 and
Volunteer Opportunities

Saturday, February 12 at Warner Temple

AME Zion Church

600 Trees donated by Worthington Farms, Greenville, NC

 

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Saturday, February 26 at Legion Stadium

850 Trees sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation and Verizon

 

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Saturday, March 12 at Legion Stadium

Over 2000 Trees sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation and

SageSure Insurance

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9:00 am-12:00 pm

2 Trees Per Person

Our Volunteer Opportunities

The Alliance is looking for a limited number of volunteers to help with the three Tree Distributions on Saturday, February 12, Saturday, February 26th and Saturday, March 12 from 8:00 am until all trees are given away (12 noon latest)!  

Activities may include carrying trees to their cars; giving directions for parking; overseeing volunteer tent with sign-ins; helping with registration; talking to people in line as they wait to receive trees; taking photos; giving out tree planting instructions; bringing trees for people waiting; referring people to Arborists in red vests who can help them decide on their trees; and representing the Alliance, in general.

More details will be emailed to volunteers closer to the event

Celebration of Tu BiShvat 

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In celebration of Tu BiShvat, or the "Birthday of The Trees",  a ceremonial planting of four trees was held at Wallace Park by the Alliance for Cape Fear Trees on Wednesday, January 19. The planting was generously funded by ACFT Board Member, Dr. Martin Meyerson  and led the Bnai Israel and Temple of Israel Hebrew School students. 

Sunset Park Planting Fun!

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The Alliance for Cape Fear Trees protects, preserves, and plants trees for the health of the community and the environment.

Trees provide aesthetic value and cultural identity to the area and are essential in:

  • preserving local ecosystems

  • managing storm water

  • creating shade

  • reducing air pollution

  • providing physical and mental health benefits

Interested in being a part of the Alliance for Cape Fear Trees?

Meeting Information

The Board of Directors meets the first Thursday of each month at 3:30 P.M. via Zoom at this time.

 

Our General Meetings are held three times a year. Notifications are sent through email.