TreePeople brings together 75 of the nation’s most talented and forward-thinking landscape and building architects, engineers, hydrologists, urban foresters, government officials and community leaders to help retrofit residential, public, commercial, and industrial properties to function as urban forest micro-watersheds and more efficiently achieve regional policy objectives.
TreePeople brings environmental education to the forefront by partnering with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to create the Generation Earth program, which provides professional development training for teachers and hands-on support for students conducting environmental service learning projects. TreePeople becomes a leader in the coalition that helped create the California Regional Environmental Education Communication (CREEC). TreePeople continues to serve as the Los Angeles area coordinator for the CREEC network and still holds the contract with Generation Earth, engaging over TK students since the program began.
TreePeople partners with Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to create the Generation Earth program, which as of today has engaged more than TK students on environmental issues.