A big part of the Colorado Tree Coalition’s success is due to its partnerships with other organizations. Now more than ever, the CTC partners with many credible organizations. Partnering offers organizations a way to pool scarce resources and brings out the talents of individual members to achieve particular goals. Below is a list of organizations CTC current and past partners. We thank all of our partners for working closely with CTC and look forward to future endeavors to work together to preserve, renew and enhance our community forests.
Colorado State Forest Service The Colorado State Forest Service continues to provide the support necessary for CTC to be a successful non-profit organization. The CTC would not be able to function as effectively as it does without the technical and financial support of the CSFS.
United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service The USFS also continues to support urban and community forestry programs and those groups administering them, including the CTC’s grant program.
Plant-It 2020 Plant-It 2020, and its Executive Director, Michael Thau, has helped make our grant program successful.
International Society of Arboriculture Rocky Mountain Chapter The ISA-RMC has been a great partner over the past few years combining efforts with CTC to provide educational seminars, workshops and conferences.
ArborScape Denver’s ArborScape Tree Services Company helps sponsor the CTC poster contest. Lawn and tree care is not just a job at ArborScape — it’s an art form.
Colorado Public Radio The CTC expresses its sincerest thanks for the continued partnership with Colorado Public Radio. Through its Evergreen Partner program members choose this convenient and cost saving option and never have to worry about renewing again.
Colorado Public TV/Channel 12 In honor of Earth Day and Arbor Day, CPT12 took another green step forward by partnering with CTC to help raise awareness of the ReForest Colorado program.
Mile High Million Mile High Million Tree Planting Initiative continues to be a key partner in helping fund tree planting grant projects in the 39 communities that comprise the Metro Mayor’s Caucus.
Xcel Energy Vegetation Management Xcel Energy continues to support proper tree planting and management near utility lines throughout the state of Colorado, partnering with CTC to get the “right tree in the right place” message out.
Xcel Energy Foundation CTC has teamed up with the Xcel Foundation to fund tree planting projects around the state of Colorado.
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