January 1, 2022 PRESS RELEASE: Denverites: Ease Climate Anxiety by Planting Trees in 2022
September 25, 2021 MEDIA ADVISORY: Volunteers to Plant 51 New Trees in Affordable Housing Community Trees will help battle poor air quality and high temps
September 18, 2021 PRESS RELEASE: The Park People and State Farm host tree planting event in Denver
April 30, 2021 MEDIA ADVISORY: Earth Month - Behind the Scenes Event: What does it take to distribute 500 Denver Digs Trees to hundreds of households across Denver Metro during a pandemic?
Denver Parks and Rec., Be a Smart Ash Program. Denver Digs Trees Program Offers Low-Cost and Free Trees to Denver Residents. January 18, 2022.
Denver Post, Your Hub. Denverites: Ease Climate Anxiety by Planting Trees in 2022. January 10, 2022.
The Denver Foundation, Floodlight Blog. Community Voice: Denver Digs Trees Addresses the City’s Tree Equity Gap. September 21, 2021.
The Colorado Sun. There’s a shady (and leafy) divide between Denver’s whiter, wealthier neighborhoods and everyone else. August 18, 2021.
The New York Times. Denver Wants to Fix a Legacy of Environmental Racism: Historically, trees and city parks in America go to wealthy, white neighborhoods. Now, a program in Colorado’s capital is trying to correct that injustice. September 30, 2020.
Curbed. How trees can save us: They are the most effective, efficient, and immediate form of urban climate action—provided they’re planted where people need them most. July 10, 2019.
WNYC Studios, The Takeaway. Trees are an Immediate, Cost-Effective Solution to Battling Rising Temperatures. July 22, 2019.
AP News. Best way to fight climate change? Plant a trillion trees. July 4, 2019
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