We regularly donate treework to local towns, land trusts and community organizations by making areas that the general public uses safer, by removing hazardous limbs and unsafe trees.
The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) is a non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation, restoration and demonstration of antique machinery from our rich industrial and agricultural past. CAMA’s central theme revolves around machinery that made America great, Our 8-acre museum campus is located in Kent, CT. CAMA is an all-volunteer organization.
The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) brings together a wide range of people and organizations that are deeply concerned about the resources and environmental quality of the Housatonic River Valley. Together, we protect land and water throughout the entire 2,000-square-mile, tri-state Housatonic Watershed. HVA is unique among all conservation groups. No backyard is too small or too large to warrant our interest. We are cleanup teams and problem solvers.
The Town of Washington, incorporated in 1779, was taken from Woodbury, Litchfield, Kent, and New Milford. Washington is a town of 38.7 square miles and is known for its picturesque countryside, historic architecture, and active civic and cultural life.
Steep Rock Association is a land trust whose mission is to conserve ecologically and historically significant landscapes in and around Washington, CT and the Shepaug River Valley and to enhance the community’s connection with nature. They Strive to raise environmental consciousness by enhancing the community’s knowledge and appreciation of nature.
The Warren Land Trust is an conservation organization dedicated to the preservation of the rural character of Warren. Its mission is to preserve farmland, open space, natural and endangered resources such as wetlands, forests and wildlife habitats, to encourage outright gifting of land for permanent protection and the use of conservation easements to preserve open space.
The Lake Waramaug Association is a membership organization founded in 1917, whose mission is to preserve Lake Waramaug and its environs as a public recreational area and to promote the safety, health and enjoyment of those who use the Lake. Lake Waramaug is located in northwestern Connecticut with borders in the towns of Washington, Warren and Kent.
The Lake Waramaug Task Force is a non-profit organization of volunteers and scientists that provides leadership in restoring and maintaining the ecology and water quality of Lake Waramaug and its watershed. Located in Litchfield County, Connecticut, Lake Waramaug is bordered by the towns of Washington, Warren and Kent. It is a Connecticut Heritage Lake.
The largest one-day volunteer event in the tree industry! On September 22, 2021, Saluting Branches had 2,572 volunteers donate their talents and services to the caring of trees at 77 veteran properties. This translates to over $2.6 million in donated services!
For the past few years, we have been pleased to participate in the annual day of service at the Colonel Raymond F. Gates Memorial Cemetery in Middletown, CT.