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Landmark Trees of Saint Paul

Program Background

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Crosby Farm Regional Park Oak

The City of Saint Paul is rich in history, culture, and natural resources. With over 500,000 trees, the urban forest of Saint Paul consists of some trees that have endured since the city’s inception. Since then, these trees have continued to provide multiple environmental, physical, social, and economic benefits that have been instrumental in shaping our communities.


The Landmark Tree program was created to locate, document, and compile a record of remarkable trees within the City of Saint Paul. Inducted trees will be recognized on this webpage containing interesting, unique facts about the tree species and any historical relevance.


To see all the trees inducted into Saint Paul's landmark tree program explore the Landmark Tree page or take our Google Maps landmark tree tour.




Nominations
The Landmark Tree program encourages any person, organization, or agency to nominate a special tree on public or private property within Saint Paul city limits. Saint Paul’s Department of Parks and Recreation will accept nominations for the Landmark Tree Program through November 1st of each year. 

Nominations for the 2014 Landmark Tree Program are now being accepted.

Download Nomination Form
 

Nominations can be submitted by e-mailing information to  or mailed to 

   ATTN: Landmark Trees

   1100 Hamline Avenue North
   Saint Paul, MN 55108


Blooming Saint Paul Awards
In addition to the Landmark Tree Program, the Blooming Saint Paul Awards seek to promote and recognize gardens and art that beautify Saint Paul.  To nominate a garden or find out more visit the Blooming Saint Paul Awards website.


*Selection as a Landmark Tree does not guarantee the long term survival of, or preclude the removal of a nominated tree if its condition declines.  Unpredictable factors including storm damage, insect damage, disease, compromised structural integrity, or a combination of factors may impact a tree and necessitate its removal.





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