Outer Sunset Community Planting Area

We have a community planting scheduled

January 27, 2018!

***Early Forms Deadline is December 13, 2017***

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Outer Sunset Planting Area:

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Community Meeting: November 14, 2017 – Tuesday – 6.00pm at Ortega Library

Request Deadline: December 13, 2017 (click the link above to request a tree)

Planting Date: January 27, 2018

Site inspections, final markings, tree selection, and concrete removal will be conducted 2 weeks leading up to the planting date. If you do not hear from FUF, please contact us directly at info@fuf.net or call 415-268-0772.

To tell your neighbors, PRINT THIS: Outer Sunset Flyers Jan 2018

To get a tree in this planting, sign up here

To contribute to the cost of this planting, donate here

                                                              To volunteer for this event, RSVP here


How does the planting process work?
In collaboration with neighborhood residents, we organize a tree planting in each neighborhood about once every 18 months.  On planting day, FUF staff, volunteers and residents plant trees for everyone in that neighborhood who wants one. We celebrate with a potluck lunch afterwards!

Why should I plant a FUF tree at my property? 
Trees provide benefits such as cleaning the air, preventing flooding, and raising your property value. FUF is a nonprofit that has planted more than 50,000 trees during 1,000 +community plantings in SF.

Want to choose your tree?

Take a look at our Outer Sunset Species List to pick out a tree that is suitable for your site.  This matrix helps you select a tree that is a good fit for your sidewalk based on the following criteria specific to the planting site:

  • Is your tree on an east-west street?
  • Are there overhead high voltage wires above your sidewalk?
  • Is your sidewalk wide enough to accommodate a larger or more spreading tree?

Have questions?  Email info@fuf.net to connect with one of our certified arborists who can help you pick out a tree that’s right for you.

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