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Stewardship

Tree Pittsburgh restores and protects the urban forest through tree planting and care, education, advocacy, and land conservation.

Grants from Colcom Foundation have supported Tree Pittsburgh’s work to grow and distribute more than 12,000 trees to Allegheny County residents to date, conserve five acres of riverfront land through the acquisition of our Upper Lawrenceville campus, and provide vital funds for capital improvements and organizational operations.

Danielle Crumrine, Executive Director

The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds invests in efforts to protect, preserve, and restore Pennsylvania’s water resources and watersheds.

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Scenic Pittsburgh opens city’s newest greenspace in the Hill District

June 26, 2024 | Read More →

An Invitation to Learn from East Palestine

April 24, 2024 | Read More →

Schedule Announced for Hard to Recycle Collection Events

March 19, 2024 | Read More →

WVU-led Three Rivers Quest expands environmental research and education efforts with Colcom Foundation support

March 12, 2024 | Read More →

21 species declared extinct — but not the ivory-billed woodpecker

October 18, 2023 | Read More →

The Importance of the Eastern Hellbender

October 01, 2023 | Read More →

40% of Freshwater Fish Species in North America Are in Danger. Here’s why they’re in hot water.

January 24, 2020 | Read More →

29% of North America’s Bird Population Has Disappeared Since 1970. What’s Next?

January 24, 2020 | Read More →

If America’s Water Supply Is Tapped by 2071, How Are We Going to Quench the Thirst of Another 100 Million People?

January 29, 2020 | Read More →