Mountain View Trees

Our mission is to sustain and enhance the trees of Mountain View, California, through community stewardship, education and advocacy.
Mountain View Trees
PO Box 893
Mountain View, CA 94042

Mountain View Trees Objectives:

  • To support, contribute to and enhance the City of Mountain View's urban forestry program.
  • To educate those who live, work and visit in Mountain View about the importance of the urban forest and proper care of trees through tree walks, brochures, a website and other arenas.
  • To identify threats to Mountain View's urban forest and work to alleviate them.
  • To develop programs to increase tree appreciation and improve tree care in Mountain View.
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The Benefits of Trees

We advocate for trees largely because of the immense beauty they provide. Trees are an integral part of our heritage and our future. A city that is well shaded by a forest canopy has many benefits to offer. These include:

  • More moderate temperatures. Trees reduce heat islands, shade our homes and offices in the summer, and provide windbreaks, which keep us warmer in the winter.
  • Increased community. People spend more time outside in areas with lots of trees, and know more of their neighbors.
  • Improved health. Many studies show that spending time with trees helps people recover from illness more quickly, reduce stress, and lower blood pressure.
  • Higher real estate values. Residential properties landscaped with trees and business districts lined with trees are more vibrant and attract more customers.

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A suggested donation to Mountain View Trees
of $15 is welcome (& tax deductible)

Oct 18th, 2014
Saturday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Pruning Workshop
Led by Ray Morneau and Katherine Naegele, ISA Certified Arborists

Meeting Place: Triangle island at N. Shoreline, Sterlin, and Montecito.
Mountain View, CA 94043

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Parking: Street parking on Stierlin

Learn how to prune trees. Come and meet at the Triangle Island at the corner of Shoreline, Stierlin, and Montecito. (map)

A hands-on workshop with certified arborists from Mountain View Trees in conjunction with City of Mountain View.

We will work on the Kwanzan cherry trees we planted with you in 2012.

Please bring your own tools, shears, gloves and safety glasses. We can provide a few tools, too.

Light refreshments will be provided.

RSVP would be appreciated so that we can plan accordingly.

Free, though a $15 donation would be appreciated.
Mountain View Trees is in the process of becoming a 501(c)(3) organization

Nov 15th, 2014
Saturday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Arborist Guided Tree Planting
at Cuesta Park

Location: Meet us in the parking lot on
Cuesta Dr. at the Montalto Dr. traffic light.

Parking: Park in the lot … or walk or ride
your bicycle!

Bring your walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen and water, and your tree questions.

Learn about the many great trees in this popular park.

  • Which trees flower in the summer?
  • Which trees are appropriate for small spaces?
  • Which tress are good for large yards?

Dec 7th, 2014
Sunday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Mountain View Farmer's Market
Ask the Arborist

Location: Downtown Mountain View, Caltrain Station parking lot at 600 West Evelyn Ave.

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Come visit our table at the Farmers' Market, meet some of our volunteers and find out more about the trees that keep our city so beautiful.

Dec 13th, 2014
Saturday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Guided Tree Walk

Location: Mountain View Public Library.

Jan 17th, 2015
Saturday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Mountain View Trees
7th Anniversary
Tree planting at Sylvan Park

Location: to be announced

Mountain View Trees invites you to help celebrate our 5th Anniversary Tree Planting. Come and meet other members of your community and help make a difference!

Feb 21st, 2015
Saturday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Tree Planting

Location: to be announced

Mar 14th, 2015

Arbor Day Celebration

Location: Pioneer Park