Community Cultivation Campaign 

Keep High Point Beautiful and the High Point Urban Forestry Committee took inventory of the trees lost to accidental damage or disease along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and found that many need to be replaced. Through the efforts of the Community Cultivation Campaign we endeavor to partner with the community to raise the necessary funds to replant trees and restore the landscape.

Final CCC Logo

Before and after of projected replacement project

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“It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Thank You!

Keep High Point Beautiful and the City of High Point would like to offer our tremendous appreciation to everyone who supported and donated towards the Community Cultivation Campaign. While this campaign has come to a close, we look forward to continuing on with the important work of planting trees throughout our community.

 We continue to be in awe of the giving heart of this community and we are honored to partner with so many wonderful residents, business, organizations and community partners. Please be on the lookout for more information on future plantings!

Thank You to the Following Donors and Sponsors

Without them this project would not be possible!

Phillips Collection, International Market Centers

High Point University, Emerywood Living Magazine

Thermo Fisher Scientific,  Protection Systems, Proforma Maverick Marketing,  Keep High Point Beautiful Board Members, The Cover the City Project, Lindsey Owings, Carolina Owings,  Mid-Week Garden Club, Sheila Hanson, Sally Farrar, Dudley Moore,  Eric & Candice Owings, Bill & JoAnn Owings,  Ryan Owings, Jim & Anne Morgan, Beth Brannan, Sion Bell & Debbie Mellinger, John & Sally Farrar, Dudley & Mary-Lynn Moore, Susan & Doug Connor,  Susan & Doug Harrison, Paul & Barbara Coughlin

Tree-mendous Information

Trees are wonderful for absorbing pollution, improving aesthetics, minimizing erosion, reducing flooding and many other factors that improve human health and wellbeing. For more information on trees and their importance to our community please check out the following resources.

  • High Point Urban Forestry Program – A city website offering information, resources and other projects about trees specific to our city!
  • National Arbor Day Foundation – From the national leader in tree planting efforts, information about the overall benefits of trees.
  • – This site offers a lot of helpful information from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).
  • NC Forest Service – The NC Forest Service also offers great information about their Urban & Community Forestry program. 
  • NC Urban Forest Council –  This statewide advocacy nonprofit for trees offers a lot of good advice about keeping your own trees happy and healthy for generations to come.