The average tree in metropolitan area survives only about 8 years!
Arbor Aid 2013 :: Saturday November 2nd, 2013
Opening Night Celebration
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Arts Education Center :: 803 Liberty Avenue
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6:00-7:00 pm: Soil Mixer
Featuring cocktails and food & beer pairing by Wild Purveyors and Full Pint Brewing (tickets limited)
7:00-10:00 pm: Main Event
Featuring local snacks and libations, world-famous cookie table, and I Made it! (out of wood) local craft market
Standing Wave, The Turpentiners, and The Armadillos
Art Exhibition at Future Tenant Gallery
819 Penn Avenue
Exhibit runs November 2nd - December 1st
$25 Tree Tenders
$60 Soil Mixer (includes admission to Main Event)
Past Arbor Aid Events
Arbor Aid is Tree Pittsburgh's annual fundraiser: an event that features artwork created from salvaged and reclaimed wood.
History of Arbor Aid
Arbor Aid was conceived by Tree Pittsburgh and late local woodworker John Metzler, founder of the Urban Tree Forge. Arbor Aid celebrates the possibilities presented to us by trees as resources within our city. Rather than make mulch or firewood from urban trees that need to be removed, Tree Pittsburgh encourages giving them a longer life by repurposing them as art, furniture, flooring and everything in between.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, whether financial or in-kind, contact Danielle Crumrine at (412) 362-6360 or email email@example.com.