What do I need to do to get a tree?
FUF aims to make it easy and affordable for you to get a street tree in San Francisco. We usually subsidize about 85% of the costs and handle most of the logistics. You only need to sign our two forms and we will take it from there. This year, you only need to co-pay $25 and we’ll plant a tree with you in the sidewalk in front of your home AND come back for 3-years of follow-up care.
***Forms Deadline is 1/21/2015***
How does the planting process work?
In collaboration with neighborhood residents, FUF organizes a tree planting in each neighborhood about once every 18 months. On planting day, FUF staff, volunteers and residents plant trees for everyone in that neighborhood who wants one. FUF celebrate with a potluck lunch afterwards!
Why should I plant a FUF tree at my property?
Trees provide benefits such as cleaning the air, preventing flooding, and raising your property value. FUF is a nonprofit that has planted more than 47,000 trees during 1,000 +community plantings in SF.
To get a tree in this planting, sign up here
The FUF Planting Timetable
The lead-up to FUF plantings has 3 distinct phases:
*Phase 1: Community Outreach Phase (Now to January 21st)
The first phase of a FUF planting is to get as many neighbors as possible to sign up for a tree.
Event: Community Outreach Happy Hour! RSVP to email@example.com
When: TBD @ 6:30pm
Where: TBD, can you host?
What: Learn how to reach out to your neighbors to get more of them signed up!
With any questions during the Outreach Phase, please contact:
Community Project Manager Phil Pierce
*Phase 2: Arborist Phase (January 22 to February 28)
The second phase of a FUF planting is preparing the neighbors who want a tree — and their properties — for the planting.
Event: Arborist Community Meeting
When: TBD in early November
Where: TBD – Contact us for more info or to Host!
What: Learn about the logistics for Planting Day and the tree species that are best suited for your neighborhood.
With any questions during the Arborist Phase, please contact:
Planting Manager Gordon Matassa