Trees provide protection from downward fall of rain, sleet, and hail as well as reduce storm run-off and the possibility of flooding.
Arbor Aid 2015 :: Saturday September 26, 2015
The Tree Pittsburgh Heritage Tree Nursery
6111 Butler Street, Lawrenceville
On the Allegheny River
Join us for live music, tours of the new Heritage Tree Nursery, wood artisan demos, silent auctions and our world-famous cookie table!
6:30-8 p.m. Mulch Mixer
Small bites by Whole Foods, wood-fired gourmet pizzas, specialty libations and a silent auction
Live musical performance by Spoonwood Station
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We need volunteers! A 3-hour volunteer shift will get you into the Main Event for free, or a great discount on VIP tickets.
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Parking is available along 61st Street and Butler. Ride your bike or take the 87 or 91 bus.
Thanks to our sponsors:
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, whether financial or in-kind, contact Danielle Crumrine at (412) 781-8733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.