Thank you to everyone who participated in, volunteered for, and organized this year's Denver Digs Trees distribution! Our urban forest is more than 1200 trees stronger thanks to you!
The Park People works to preserve, enhance, and advocate for Denver's parks, recreation resources, open space and urban forest. We pursue this mission by raising private funds for capital projects of various sizes, parks enhancements, and through our programs: Denver Digs Trees, Mile High Tree Champions, Community Forester and the Park Legacy programs. 

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Apply for FREE & LOW COST TREES!!! Denver Digs Trees Application 

Learn about becoming a Denver Community Forester

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Winter in Washington Park

Above: Winter in Washington Park

The Colors of Fall

Above: The Colors of Fall

Winter at Bluff Lake

Above: Winter at Bluff Lake - Photo by May Chou

Winter in the Park

Above: Winter in the Park

First Snow - City Park

Above: First Snow - City Park

Winter berries

Above: Winter berries - Photo by Rachael Crowl

Winter Walk - Smith Lake

Above: Winter Walk - Smith Lake

Snow Play - Wash Park

Above: Snow Play - Wash Park

Sponsor Highlight  

Thanks to our 2015

Denver Digs Trees sponsors:




Upcoming Events

May 16


Volunteer Appreciation Brunch

June 6  

Community Forester Class #4: Identification & Inventory

June 21

Community Forester Class #5: Volunteer Leadership & Management








What's New

Denver Digs Trees distributing over 1,200 trees to residents of Denver this spring!

Support the Denver Urban Forest - Volunteer today!

$780K raised toward $1.5M Save Our Sundial goal!

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