Trees on Campus
Students Planting a Tree
Tree Protection
Large Group of People on Lawn
Juan Climbing Tree
Campus Trees

The purpose of the SHSU urban forestry program is to establish and maintain a safe, sustainable, healthy, and attractive campus urban forest.

 

If you have any tree questions or concerns please contact the campus arborist or the Building and Landscape Services office.

Evan Anderson - Campus Arborist
ISA Certified Arborist WE-9936A
ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification
936-294-4075
trees@shsu.edu

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Campus Tree Inventory

 

Campus Tree Care Plan
Tree Campus USA

For the 3rd consecutive year SHSU has be recognized as a Tree Campus USA.

Tree Campus USA Logo

Arbor Day

SHSU celebrates Arbor Day twice every year. SH Arbor Day is on the last Thursday in March and TX Arbor Day is on the first Thursday of November. Look for more information in the weeks leading up to the event or contact SHSU Leadership Initiatives for details about how to volunteer. It's always a great event for SHSU students, faculty, and staff to help our urban forest grow.

Arbor Day

Services Provided
  • Tree trimming and removals
  • Tree risk assessments
  • Tree protection
  • Tree planting
  • Campus tree nursery
  • Tree insect and disease diagnosis
  • Soil restoration
  • Chemical applications

Juam Lift

Zero Waste Initiative

No tree waste created by SHSU Landscape Services enters the waste stream or landfills. All wood less that 10” in diameter is chipped into mulch and leaves are composted. The mulch and compost are used to enhance our campus landscape. Large dimension wood is split into firewood or donated to a local mulch plant. If you are interested in firewood or logs contact the campus arborist.

Compost

 

Tree Links

  • urbanforestrycouncil
  • cert_arb logo color (1)
  • trees are good
  • Texas Chapter International Society of Arboriculture

  • arbor day foundation
  • Texas A&M Forest Service