Our mission is to assure that the trees that grow within our township, on both public and private property, are respected and cared for.
Keeping Marple Green is investing in our future.
Recognizing that Marple Township’s community forest is essential to the health and well being of its residents, the Marple Tree Commission works to assure that the trees that grow within our township, on both public and private property, are respected and cared for.
We seek to foster a sense of shared commitment by township residents and officials to the preservation and restoration of our community forest by planting new trees, providing information on choosing and caring for trees and by offering advisory and consultation services on tree issues.
Read the latest Marple Tree Commission News
- Beech Tree Leaf DiseaseBeech leaf disease (BLD) is a new and emerging forest threat, first observed in the United States in 2012 in […]
- Learn About Delaware County’s New Park Master Plan on June 26, 2023The County’s newest and largest park will be located on the former Don Guanella School site near Reed and Sproul […]
- Protect young trees from deer damageBesides proper maintenance, such as weeding, watering and pruning, there is another important key to the successful survival and growth […]
- Over 1000 trees planted in MarpleThe Marple Tree Commission (MTC) has facilitated the planting of more than 1000 trees in town over the past 16 […]