The Branson Parks & Recreation Department is proud to present opportunities for our citizens and groups or businesses to make a difference in our community. Click here for a flyer to read about opportunities to team with us to help beautify the community and parks.
What is a TreeKeeper?
TreeKeepers are a citizen volunteer group that will play a vital role in reforestation efforts and the care of trees in city parks.
How do I know if I want to become a TreeKeeper?
TreeKeepers make a one-year commitment and volunteer 24 hours of service throughout the calendar year to various tree projects in the park system. To learn more about the TreeKeeper program, an informal drop-in orientation will take place in early 2021 with Landscape Specialist Amy Jackson.
What skills will I learn?
Learn the proper techniques of planting, mulching and pruning trees by the experts. A training seminar will be provided by certified arborists to equip TreeKeepers with the knowledge of how to maintain urban trees and plant trees for future generations to enjoy.
Click here to view our 2021 TreeKeeper Presentation.
Click here to view resource videos by Healthy Trees Healthy Cities.
Click here to fill out a TreeKeepers application online.
For more information, contact Landscape Specialist Amy Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (417)337-8568.