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

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We have a special opportunity to make a big impact for capacity building during year-end giving to the Alliance for Cape Fear Trees. Recognizing the urgency of the work we do to protect, preserve, plant and advocate for trees in the Lower Cape Fear area, a group of donors has pledged to match all donations up to $10,000 for double the impact!

The Alliance has historically been a volunteer-run organization, and as successful as it has been as a small non-profit, we must grow capacity to advance and expand the work we are doing. We need the support of those who share our values and understand the central role that trees have in mitigating climate change -- providing shade, energy savings, cleaner air, runoff mitigation, wildlife habitat, and the promotion of both physical and mental health.
.Please respond now or before the matching deadline with a generous contribution to help us grow! Your donation will be matched until December 31st! With your support, we can save trees and plant trees to curb climate change – helping to create a better community and a better world.

What an Outstanding Turn Out for Our Pine Forest Cemetery Planting! Thank You to Our Volunteers!


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 pm at New Hanover County Cooperative Extension Service's Educational Classroom.


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

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