Welcome to Regreen Springfield!

Through our tree advocacy efforts, ReGreen Springfield has collaborated with businesses, community organizations, educational partners and government agencies to promote the reforestation of Springfield, improve growing conditions for trees and engage new allies in tree care and monitoring, education and citizen science.  We realize that the strength of our city is found in the neighborhoods. With this as the foundation for our work, we have embarked on an effort to ‘regreen’ the city… one tree at at time.

Please join Regreen Springfield in this reforestation effort by planting a tree in your own yard, helping to plant trees along our streets and in our parks, or donate your time or funds to neighborhood regreening efforts. With your help, Springfield’s urban forest will be restored.

Public Review and Input Sessions on Springfield’s Future Street Tree Landcapes

Please come participate in a public review and comment session that will showcase some landscape design scenarios for Springfield’s Mason Square Neighborhood, in the late 21st century, developed by ReGreen Springfield and its parnters.

Over the past three years, the Harvard School of Design, the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health, the Harvard VIZLAB, ReGreen Springfield, and the U.S Forest Service have been collaborating on a design study that examines the future of transportation, roadway systems and natural resources in Springfield, and now we need some input from you… Springfield residents.

Please plan to attend our “Street Trees: A Vizual Experience” on May 20, 2024 at ReGreen Springfield, One Federal Street, Springfield.  There are two sessions, starting at 3:00 PM and 4:00 PM.  Participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card for attending. Please arrive by the start time, as we will be begin the presentations at the top of each hour.

To register for the event and to receive your gift card, visit https://forms.gle/yxyECuL5JCrSw7uP6


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The Springfield Green Corps – Ages 14 to 19 Years Old


Starting on April 30th, ReGreen Springfield, in partnership with the City of Springfield will be offering FREE green skills and natural resources training to youth living in Springfield. The Springfield Green Corps is a hands-on environmental experience for youth, ages 12-19 years old.

Benefits for participants include the following —

Awareness and Stewardship: Learning about trees, ecosystems, and sustainability practices fosters environmental awareness. Urban youth develop a sense of stewardship for their local environment, leading to a stronger connection with their communities.

Improved Physical and Mental Health: Access to green spaces encourages physical activity, reducing the risk of obesity and related health issues. Exposure to nature has been linked to reduced stress, improved mood, and enhanced mental well-being, addressing the emotional challenges faced by urban youth.

Academic Engagement and Achievement: Environmental education stimulates curiosity and critical thinking. Engagement with the natural world can lead to improved academic performance, especially in science and related subjects.

Life Skills Development: Learning about sustainability and green practices imparts valuable life skills, including problem-solving, teamwork, and leadership. Urban youth gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge that can be applied in various aspects of their lives.

Community Engagement and Empowerment: Involvement in environmental initiatives encourages youth to become active members of their communities. By participating in tree planting, conservation projects, and sustainability efforts, they gain a sense of purpose and empowerment.


Start Date: April 30, 2024
Age Group: 14 – 19 years

Program Details —
Program Duration: April 30 – June 6, 2024
Schedule: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: 1 Federal St (Springfield Technology Park), Building 101, 3rd Floor East Tele-classroom

Program Registration — Visit Springfield Green Corps Program Registration page to sign up for the Green Corps Program- https://forms.gle/1Uugp5CBWLwtXdJN6 Upon receipt, we will provide you with detailed program specifics and a comprehensive session calendar for the Spring session.

Contact Information —
Email: info@regreenspringfield.org
Phone: 413-363-3439

Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to connect with nature, learn valuable skills, and contribute to a greener Springfield. Secure your spot today and be a part of a community that cares for the environment as much as you do!

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Community Tree Planting – Volunteers Needed, Nov. 17th and 18th

Join your friends, neighbors and family to plant some new shade trees in the East Springfield Neighborhood. This effort, in partnership with the City of Springfield and the East Springfield Neighborhood Council, includes planting 50 new street trees along the roadways of the East Springfield neighborhood.

No experience is needed. Help for as much time as you want. Join us for a half hour, or all day. It’s your choice. Each day will go from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, so there are plenty of opportunities to help out.

All volunteers will receive a free tee shirt for joining in this effort.
To register for the event, Click Here

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