Award Recipients

Great Tree Summit 2015 Award Recipients

Award Recipients

PLANTING 2 MILLION TREES by 2020

A tree for everyone in the eight-county Greater Cincinnati tri-state region.

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Donate to the Tree Fund!

Give the gift of a tree, a gift that keeps on giving! Donate to our Tree Fund and help us reach our goal of 2 million trees in the tri-state.

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Tree planting photos!

Check out some great photos of two tree planting events this past weekend!  Thanks to our Schools & Service Groups Team and to Tri-Health for their hard work and dedication...

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Trees of Merit

Have a special tree you want recognized and celebrated?  Nominate a tree for our Trees of Merit Program in association with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden!

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Say No to Volcano Mulching!

Check out this great video on how to properly mulch around your trees.  Be aware, spread the news, and don’t let volcano mulching kill your trees!

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Current Tree Count: 63,720

What is Taking Root?

Taking Root is a collaborative, broad-based campaign to address the current historic loss of our region’s tree canopy by planting trees, better managing our local forests, promoting the many benefits of healthy trees, and fostering a sense of stewardship among individuals and communities.

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The Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI), the Green Partnership for a Greater Cincinnati, the Green Umbrella, and The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden are conveners of the Taking Root campaign. The purpose of the Taking Root campaign is to Plant 2 million trees in the eight county OKI tri-state region by 2020.

 

 

The Crisis

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It’s expected that all nine species of the region’s native Ash trees will inevitably be lost as a result of the Emerald Ash Borer. Considering that Ash trees make up over 10% of the trees in our region (up to 40% in some areas), the loss will have a devastating impact amounting to millions of trees. Still other threats are on the horizon.

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Benefits

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A healthy, diverse, and plentiful tree canopy provides many benefits to our communities and to our region.  Trees and forest canopy have the ability to:

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