Tree Stewards

What Matters Interview

Tree Stewards are volunteers of many ages and from varied backgrounds who share a love of trees and recognize the importance of trees to the quality of life in towns and cities.

To become a Tree Steward, you must complete the “All About Trees” training program and give 25 hours of volunteer service each year. Graduates of the training program are classified as Tree Steward Interns and they are invited, but not required, to commit to 25 hours of volunteer service. Interns who complete the volunteer service requirement are certified as Front Royal/Warren County Tree Stewards.

Volunteer activities include tree plantings, Arbor Day celebrations, informational booths at local festivals, newspaper articles, and pruning and mulching of publicly-owned trees. The Tree Stewards welcome all citizens who care about trees and want to help their community to be a better place to live. For more information email: frwctreestewards@comcast.net.

Welcome

Congratulations to the Class of 2017 graduates who became official Tree Stewards in 2018

  • Deborah Aiken
  • Chris Brandon
  • Melaney Holman

Congratulations to the Class of 2016 graduates who became official Tree Stewards in 2017

  • Joan Grewe
  • Bill Grewe
  • Margie Miller
  • Andy Miller

Congratulations to the Class of 2015 graduate who became an official Tree Steward in 2016

  • Vincent Resch

Congratulations to the Class of 2014 graduates who became official Tree Stewards in 2015

  • Vicki Althaus
  • Sari Carp
  • John Cermak
  • Frances Pickard
  • David Richmond
  • Lynne Stovall

Congratulations to the Class of 2013 graduates who became official Tree Stewards in 2014!

  • Leslie Eliason

Congratulations to the Class of 2012 graduates who became official Tree Stewards in 2013!

  • Janice and Larry Atkinson
  • Larry Haun
  • Jeff and Melody Hotek