Huntington Beach
Tree Society

Join Us for Our Next 2024 Event

Walk for Horses & Trees

Join us on Saturday October 12th, 2024 in Huntington Beach.

For more details, please visit the event page.

Our Featured 2024 Past Events

CA Arbor Day – 2024

Occurred on March 15, 2024 at 10:30 a.m. in Huntington Central Park East.

For highlights, please visit our CA Arbor Days page.

Bird-a-thon – 2024

Took place on May 26th & 28th, 2024 in Huntington Beach.

For more details, please visit the event page.

Let’s Grow Together!

Your support can help with forestation, beautification and restoration in Huntington Beach.

​New volunteers and donors are always welcome! To learn more about us, click here.

Promises made, promises kept:
New trees for Huntington Central Park!

Fifty years ago on June 15, 1974, Huntington Central Park officially opened as Orange County’s largest municipal park. The HB Tree Society’s “50 Trees for 50 Years” campaign celebrates the 50th anniversary and is replenishing some of the more than 500 trees lost from the original landscaping plan.

To date, 60 new trees have been planted. Funds for these trees have come through a generous grant from the park’s neighbor, Chevron, as well as nature-loving community members.

Please click here to donate.
Visit the Secret Garden page to learn more.

HB Tree Society eclipses 25 years of service in HB.

Please click here for a list of achievements.

Saving Green – Featured Video

HB Central Park Feathered Tree Fans

Visit the Bird watching in the Urban Forest page for regular updates on species observed. As habitat expands thanks to planting and nurturing by HB Tree Society volunteers, more birds, butterflies and other species are appearing!

Birder Lena Hayashi has been tallying bird counts at Shipley Nature Center for years. Since fall 2020, she and her team have been doing monthly bird surveys in the Urban Forest as well!  If you’d like to learn more about birding at the Urban Forest, visit the Birding page

Shipley to Shore Nature Trail

Find weekly updates on our Shipley to Shore Nature Trail Facebook page. We hope you “like” it!

Support HB Trees as you Shop

The AmazonSmile program is no more, but you can still support us in making a greener, healthier community & planet!

Here are some ways your groceries can make our community greener:

Find money-saving coupons with your favorite stores among the 7,000+ merchants on Goodshop AND a percentage of your purchases can now be donated to HB Trees – at no cost to you!

Please take a few minutes to visit goodshop.com to register for free.

Visit ralphs.com. Create or log into your Ralphs account. Click on “Community Rewards” & search for the non-profit HUNTINGTON BEACH TREE SOCIETY, then click Enroll.

It costs nothing to enroll or contribute, & funds forestation for generations. Let’s grow!

HB Trees “Support Dogs

Are you and your dog enjoying outings through the Urban Forest & along the Shipley to Shore Nature Trail?  We welcome your support through funding and volunteering! To show our appreciation, Urban Forest best dog friend photos will be featured on our dog supporters page.