Ninety-five cities and towns across Washington have earned the Tree City USA Award. Also getting honors are the 13 Tree Line USA Utility Companies and 13 Tree Campus USA Colleges and Universities in the state.
Tree Campus USA Awards:
DNR is pleased to announce that 13 institutions of higher education in Washington have been awarded the 2019 Tree Campus USA Award from the Arbor Day Foundation. This year includes three new Tree Campus USA award recipients in Washington. Congratulations to Central Washington State University in Ellensburg, Olympic College in Bremerton, and Wenatchee Valley Community College in Wenatchee!
Columbia Basin College
Central Washington State University
Shoreline Community College
University of Puget Sound
University of Washington
Washington State University Main Campus (Pullman)
Washington State University Vancouver Campus
Wentachee Valley College
Tree Line USA Awards:
Thirteen Washington utility companies have been awarded the 2020 Tree Line USA Award from the Arbor Day Foundation, including two new, first-year award recipients, Cowlitz County PUD and Franklin County PUD. Congratulations to:
Benton County PUD
Chelan County PUD #1
Clark County PUD
Cowlitz County PUD
Franklin County PUD
Puget Sound Energy
Richland Energy Services
Seattle City Light
Snohomish County PUD No. 1
(*PacifiCorp is a Tree Line USA that operates in several counties in Washington but certifies its Tree Line USA status through the state of Oregon where its corporate headquarters are located).
Tree City USA Awards:
Congratulations to our newest Tree City USA Community, Mountlake Terrace! Mountlake Terrace joins 94 other Washington cities earning the 2019 Tree City USA award this year:
|Airway Heights||Friday Harbor||Pullman|
|Bainbridge Island||Hunt’s Point||Ritzville|
|Burien||Lake Forest Park||Snoqualmie|
|Clyde Hill||Mercer Island||Tonasket|
|Coulee Dam||North Bend||Vancouver|
|Covington||Oak Harbor||Walla Walla|
|Fairchild AFB||Port Angeles||Yarrow Point|
Even if your city is already a Tree City, you probably know other staff, citizens, business owners, or fellow tree advocates in neighboring communities that are not. So talk to your friends. Bring the message to your colleagues. Share the Tree City USA Program with your respective professional organizations.
Join the Washington Community Forestry Council, in partnership with the Department of Natural Resources’ Urban & Community Forestry Program, in helping grow the Tree City USA Program in Washington.
With your help, we can break the 100 city mark and continue building the case for increased resources and funding for urban forest stewardship in Washington.
Visit the Arbor Day Foundation to learn more about Tree Campus, Tree Line and Tree City USA, and other programs they offer.