The Ventura Tree Alliance, the City of Ventura’s Urban Forestry staff and community members teamed up to plant fifteen trees to help shade and beautify Barranca Vista Park for a family-friendly tree planting day on Earth Day, Friday, April 21.
The funds for this event were provided by generous donations from the community: people from all walks of life that see the value of trees and want to take part in cooling the air, providing habitat, reducing water run-off, muting traffic noise and mitigating Co2 emissions. You can make a difference by donating at VenturaTreeAlliance.com/donate.
The Ventura Tree Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit public-benefit corporation that brings community members, educators, and business professionals together to enhance the urban tree canopy in the city of Ventura.
The mission is to “plant trees to augment Ventura’s urban forest, beautifying Ventura and counteracting climate change. Our goals are to inspire, engage and support Venturans in planting and caring for trees through education, advocacy, volunteerism, and fundraising.”
To find out more, visit www.VenturaTreeAlliance.com.