Check out our new trees in the Urban Forest!
Find what Eagle Scouts have helped plant by clicking here.

 

Did you know that feeding ducks and other wildlife damages their health and pollutes waterways?  A “No Feeding Ducks Wildlife” sign went up in August 2017 just south of the Secret Garden.

Tom Harman (center), former Huntington Beach City Council member ('94-'00), State assemblyman ('00-'06) and State senator ('06-'12), with faithful UF volunteers and caretakers. Tom is responsible for the Huntington Beach Urban Forest's creation.

Recent visitors Tom Harman (center), former Huntington Beach City Council member (’94-’00), State assemblyman (’00-’06) and State senator (’06-’12), with faithful UF volunteers and caretakers. Tom is responsible for establishing the Huntington Beach Urban Forest.

Check out this video to see all the
HB Tree Society’s volunteers achieved in 2016!

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The Huntington Beach Tree Society was incorporated in 1998 as a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) with the purposes of:

  • Planting and maintaining trees
  • Educating the public about the benefits and importance of trees & California friendly plants
  • Enlarging our green environment (another name for plants/trees in cities) for the enjoyment and health of all
  • Increasing habitat for urban wildlife
    Exceptional attributes: We are an equal opportunity, all-volunteer organization. Donations do not go to salaries.  We have a donated office and donated use of two trucks. Our dollars go a long way! To date we have purchased and planted more than 5,000 trees residing on the two and a half acres within the Urban Forest’s fenced area, as well as the areas immediately surrounding the forest.

A hummingbird pollinates wildflowers

Great Horned Owl

White-tailed Kite

More Tips for Tree Lovers:

To watch Watering Young Trees, click here.
To view Watering Mature Trees, click here.

HB Tree Society
PO Box 1269
Sunset Beach, CA  90242
714-564-1396