Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards
The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards is a group of volunteers dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of trees to the ecosystem. They are also involved in efforts to increase the tree canopy in the region. They offer classes on how to identify area trees. The organization was founded in June 2008. The organization's president for 2011 is Phil Stokes.
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