dcarmichaelDanny Carmichael

Danny Carmichael is the Forestry Projects Senior Manager at TreePeople. He began his journey with TreePeople as a volunteer and maintains that passion for volunteerism today, donating his time with the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra as an usher and at Franklin Canyon as a docent and hike leader.

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When Is the Best Time to Plant a Tree in LA?

As the Forestry Projects Senior Manager at TreePeople,  I have the privilege to see firsthand the changes that tree planting and tree care events make in the lives of volunteer participants. I love watching the joy that comes over them when they step back and see the difference they’ve made.  Over time, they realize that a tree is not only a lasting physical change but a living memento that constantly reminds them of their participation in and commitment to their community.… Read more >>

 

Become a Volunteer Tree Mapper – Unite with TreePeople!

TreeMapLA, brought to you by TreePeople, is a powerful new tool to help residents grow LA’s urban forest. This ambitious effort aims to involve Angelenos of all ages in mapping every tree in Greater Los Angeles. On the website, it’s easy to enter every tree’s location, species, and current size as well as update its needs. TreeMapLA also shows the “eco-benefits” of each tree and the collective eco-benefits of all the trees that get mapped. Said eco-benefits include the environmental benefits and monetary savings of the trees’ services in energy, storm-water, carbon dioxide, and air quality.… Read more >>