Marc Beaudoing is an Urban Forester with the Texas Trees Foundation, a private nonprofit focused on urban forestry, green infrastructure and sustainable design. The Foundation’s strategic approach is based in research driven data to mitigate the environmental challenges and related public health concerns that trees can alleviate.
Mr. Beaudoing’s hard work ethic, horticulture experience, and leadership qualities have helped Texas Trees Foundation spread their roots across North Texas and beyond. He is responsible for maintaining and growing trees at the TXU Energy Urban Tree Farm and Education Center at Richland College campus, is the Volunteer Coordinator, and co-leads the Cool School Program. Marc also implements tree planting projects, completes ECO Studies, and other various TTF projects.
Marc began his career manicuring golf courses which is where he found his love for trees. While living in Maryland, he managed a 65 acre tree farm for 7 years in Montgomery County which consisted of over 15,000 native and non-native tree species. Marc graduated with a B.S. in Agronomy from Texas A&M University.
Marc is married to Hiroko Beaudoing and has two children, Collin and Toki. He loves to play golf, hockey, and disc golf and also coaches youth hockey in his free time. His favorite quote is:
“Qui plantavit curabit” (He who plants, preserves!).