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Do your part to prevent oak wilt, don't prune March to June!

Oak wilt is a lethal disease of oaks, especially species in the red oak group. The fungus responsible, Bretziella fagacearum, invades the tree, causing it to die. In Missouri, the oak wilt fungus is spread primarily when sap-feeding beetles carry oak wilt spores to fresh wounds during the early part of the growing season. Once established in a tree, oak wilt can move though root grafts to nearby oaks.

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Every second Saturday STL TreeLC hosts a pruning blitz to clean up unruly city trees. After introductions over coffee and donuts, the sleeves roll up and the beautification gets underway! Why is pruning important? Find out here.


Every fourth Thursday of every month we host our Monthly Planning Meeting virtually and at the Nebula coworking space. Come see how you can contribute to the well-being of the urban tree canopy!

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Our volunteers learn from industry professionals to ensure best practices are utilized when caring for our city’s trees.


Volunteers and neighborhood members gain a sense of ownership and pride in their work as trees are able thrive.


STL TreeLC members learn how to use and take care of the tools of the trade in a responsible manner. Safety is our priority!

Check out the latest!

More than Hugging: St. Louis Street Trees Seek Long-Term Relationships

Just a bit of care helps young urban trees survive their first three years. A new volunteer group is looking for St. Louisans to help city trees with a little TreeLC!

Illegal Tree Cutting

City-owned street trees. A flowering sapling in a park. Heritage trees on someone’s private property. They all have something in common – when it...

Neighborhood Foresters Training, June 11

On Saturday, 5 Benton Park West Neighborhood Foresters received gear and completed their training. Congratulations to our new Neighborhood Foresters... Group spreads TLC for budding trees

STL TreeLC hosted a tree demo, community canvass and happy hour on Cherokee Street to connect people who want to improve our urban tree canopy. Jim...

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Phone: 314-282-4175



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PO BOX 775293, St. Louis, MO, United States, 63177-5293


STL TreeLC is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, tax ID #87-0997806.