Below are some helpful resource links:

  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Texas A&M Forest Service conserves and protects the resources and lands of the Lone Star State. Conserving Texas’ trees and forests, the state agency helps property owners maintain land and natural resources to ensure forestlands remain productive and healthy not only for the environment, but for generations of Texans to come.
  • City of Dallas Forestry
    The City of Dallas has a vast urban forest, including approximately 6,000-acre Great Trinity Forest. City staff maintain existing trees, plants new trees and provide trees to citizens to plant in their yards or along their street.
  • International Society of Arboriculture [ISA]
    ISA exists so that professionals, allied professionals, public officials, and consumers worldwide recognize the economic, environmental, and societal benefits and values of trees and their care at a cost that demonstrates the wise stewardship of resources.
  • International Society of Arboriculture Texas [ISAT]
    The International Society of Arboriculture is a professional organization dedicated to continuing education for arborists, to tree care research, and to serving tree care consumers around the world. The Texas Chapter of the ISA shares this same dedication, with a further commitment to serving the needs particular to Texas’ professional arborists and tree care consumers.
  • Texas Tree Trails
    The Texas Tree Trails organization is a cooperative effort between the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Texas Historic Tree Coalition, the Trinity Blacklands Urban Forestry Council and the Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council.
  • Important Tree Information
    The State of Texas has a vast amount of resources on trees and proper care of our valuable resources.  Check out more details in this section.