One Million Trees for One Million People
Right Tree, Right Place
The trees on the following lists grow well in Utah, fit into most landscapes, offer a range of benefits and attributes, and will add diversity to
"If you are thinking a year ahead, sow a seed.
If you are thinking ten years ahead, plant a tree."
Chinese poet, 500 BC
the community forest. The list will change over the years as new trees become available and to avoid over-planting any species. The most important consideration when choosing your One in a Million Tree is to choose the right tree for the right place and to commit to caring for it for its lifetime.
- Salt Lake County's One-in-a-Million Tree list 2007
- Utah State University Extension’s Selecting and Planting Landscape Trees (PDF 1.65mb)
- Jordan Valley Conservation District waterwise tree list (PDF 63.96kb)
- Rocky Mt. Power Small Trees for Small Places (PDF 503.20kb)
- Salt Lake County parking strip trees list (PDF 79kb)