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Arlington Tree Action Group (ATAG) is citizens working to preserve and grow Arlington, Virginia’s urban forest to keep Arlington green and fulfill the Vision stated in the County’s Urban Forest Master Plan (2004).

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PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE SEVEN MATURE CANOPY TULIP POPLAR TREES AT 213 NORTH EDGEWOOD STREET, ARLINGTON, WHICH DATE TO THE EARLY DAYS OF LYON PARK AND CONTRIBUTE TO OUR COMMUNITY.  

ATAG is now a member of the Arlington County Civic Federation – as of May 1, 2018!   See the May 2018 CivFed Newsletter.

ATAG Media release concerning tree canopy assessment (April 12, 2018)

Keeping Arlington green:

  • Preserve sustainable urban forest that contributes to the livability of our community.
  • Promote green infrastructure that provides economic and environmental benefits.
  • Protect the charm of our community for generations.

Arlington Urban Forest Master Plan Vision:

“Arlington County will strive to have a sustainable urban forest that contributes to the livability of our urban community. Our trees are recognized as part of our green infrastructure that provides economic and environmental benefits. The current trend of tree canopy loss will be slowed and efforts made to reverse this trend through best practices in tree planting, preservation, and maintenance while fostering a sense of stewardship among residents.”

Arlington County Urban Forest Master Plan

Irreversible Tree Loss in South Arlington

Irreversible Tree Loss in South Arlington