Encourage them - and their classmates - to get artistic this winter! Kids can share their knowledge by creating a poster with this year's theme: "Trees are Terrific and Forests are too!" Learn more...
TREE-MENDOUS MARYLAND, a program of the Maryland Forest Service,
remains one of our most popular programs aimed at helping citizens
restore tree cover on public land and community open space in Maryland.
To date, we have assisted more than 3,000 towns and communities, parks,
and schools planting trees and shrubs to help clean the water, clean the
air, and keep our towns and cities inviting, livable, and
environmentally viable places to live.
Tree-mendous Maryland’s goal is to help Maryland residents have
access to affordable trees to plant on their public lands. With
permission from land owners, volunteers can plant trees at schools, in
state and community parks, local open space, street trees and more.
Gather your friends, scout troop or classmates and plant a tree today to
clean your air, clean your water and beautify your home town!
Are you interested in volunteer events with trees? Email Anne Gilbert with the subject: "Volunteer Interest" with counties you are interested in volunteering in. hroughout the Spring and Fall planting season you will receive emails about tree plantings, giveaways and more - all about trees - happening near you!If you have an event you would like to promote on these emails use the subject line "Volunteer Tree Event". Please include any and all details and links to registration.
Tree-Mendous trees are planted all over the State of Maryland. All of
the trees are planted on public lands, yet some are more accessible
than others. One of the most public plantings of Tree-Mendous trees can
be found at the new Elk Neck State Forest Arboretum Walking Trail.
Tree-Mendous trees were used to spot plant when the original, larger
tree did not survive. While only a few of the trees at the arboretum are
from this program, Tree-Mendous is excited to have been a part of the
first state managed arboretum.
Click here to learn more about the arboretum, including driving directions. Don’t forget to print out the brochure found at the bottom of the page before you go!
Anne GilbertTree-Mendous Maryland Director Tawes State Office Building E-1580 Taylor Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401410-260-8510E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis MD 21401