Free trees for Bellevue!
Planting and protecting trees for a better future
Bellevue City Council Candidates Forum
Over 100 people came to hear Bellevue City Council candidates speak and address questions about their position on trees, climate, and the environment. The event was held at East Shore Unitarian Church on the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 19th. All six of the major Bellevue City Council Candidates were there, answering our questions in a panel format. The forum was organized by People for Climate Action in partnership with 300 Trees, Trees4Livability, Earth & Climate Action Ministry, Sierra Club, Save Coal Creek, Indivisible Eastside, 350 Eastside, Eastside Audubon, Future Wise, and Sustainability Ambassadors.
Bellevue’s 2023 Autumn Tree Giveaway will be Friday October 20 and Saturday, October 21 at Bannerwood Park. The application period has ended, but it you would like to volunteer to help set up and load trees in recipients’ cars, please sign up on the 2023 Tree Giveaway Event Volunteer Signup Page.
The next Tree Giveaway will be in Spring 2024. Subscribe to our e-mail Newsletter to be notified, or check back here early next year.
Bellevue’s newest mini-forest
On a stormy weekend in late October 2021, dozens of volunteers planted 300 trees on the Sammamish High School campus, fulfilling the vision of students and overcoming significant challenges posed by a pandemic and no budget.
Read the inspiring story here!
How can I help?
- Join our volunteers to grow, deliver, and plant trees.
- Help us partner with your school, church, or apartment complex.
- Organize your neighborhood to plant trees on your block (we can help).
- Stay up to date with local offers and actions through our newsletter.
- Support 300 Trees with a tax-deductible donation.
- Does your fruit tree produce more good fruit than you know what to do with? City Fruit can help you get it off the tree and into the hands of those in need.
- Trees For Livability is a nonprofit formed by concerned Bellevue citizens, dedicated to improving the protection of Bellevue’s trees. You can learn more and sign their petition on their website.
- Get involved in the Tree Canopy Code update project currently underway by the City of Bellevue.