“…helping Maryland plant trees on public lands since 1989.”
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 theair, 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 toclean your air, clean your water and beautify your home town!
The Tree-Mendous order form is an agreement between a whole sale nursery and our program to provide quality native trees to be planted on public land. The hope is to assist local governments and community groups plant trees at a reduced cost to benefit every Marylander.
Tree-Mendous provides free delivery to three locations across the state each Spring and Fall, in order to reduce planting cost further. Groups can also pay for delivery directly to their site for an additional fee.
Tree-Mendous is currently working with American Native Plants located in Middle River, MD in Baltimore County. Deliveries are provided by their partner Green Wheels Transport.
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer but don’t know where to start? Contact the Tree-Mendous Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to volunteer or need more volunteers. We are looking to grow a network or volunteers and organizations around the state of Maryland – help us get started planting more trees
Tree-Mendous ProgramTawes State Office Building E-1580 Taylor Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401410-260-8510E-Mail: email@example.com
Have native trees planted in Honor or Memory of family and friends, to celebrate Holidays, birthdays, and to observe other special occasions. Your Gift of Trees is actually three gifts - one to someone you care for, one to future generations, and one to the environment. TREE-MENDOUS MARYLAND will arrange for the trees to be planted in Maryland in the county in which the recipient of the certificate lives
You may purchase the Gift of Trees at $40.00 for each tree. A grove of ten trees at $400.00 lets you decide where you would like to have the trees planted. A beautiful certificate, suitable for framing, is sent to the recipient announcing your Gift.
A certificate will be issued and mailed out within a week of your order but trees will not be planted until the next growing season – either spring or fall – in order promote growth and survival.
Plantings on public land within the recipient’s county may be possible but we are not always able to provide a specific location. If the recipient does not live in Maryland, the tree will be planted in the location of greatest need.
Species to be planted are chosen based on what will flourish at each specific planting location. We focus our attention on areas that will benefit the most, including cities and towns, parks, playgrounds and schoolyards, and along creeks and streams.
Complete a separate order form for each Gift of Trees recipient. You can purchase one tree, two, a "grove" of 10 or more! Each tree is $40.
The Maryland Forest Service, in partnership with the Maryland Forest Conservancy District Boards, is sponsoring a Poster Contest for 5th grade classes throughout the State of Maryland. The theme for the poster is: Trees Are Terrific….in All Four Seasons!
Anne GilbertTree-Mendous Maryland Director Tawes State Office Building E-1580 Taylor Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401410-260-8510E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Forestry Staff Contact Information
John S. Ayton State Tree Nursery
580 Taylor Ave., Annapolis MD 21401
Call toll-free in *Maryland* at 1-877-620-8DNR (8367)
Out of State: 410-260-8DNR (8367)