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Individuals who want to volunteer to organize and conduct tree plantings
or tree care events in their communities are offered the following:


  • American Forests/Global ReLeaf for the Chesapeake Bay
    An education and action program of American Forests, this program is always looking for quality tree-planting projects to fund that support ecosystem restoration. The Program helps individuals, organizations, agencies, and corporations improve the local and global environment by planting and caring for trees. Contact 202-737-1944 or visit the website at http://www.americanforests.org/our-programs/global-releaf-projects/

  • Baltimore County Watershed Restoration Grants
    Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management (DEPRM) accepts grant proposals from locally based non-profit watershed associations to increase citizen participation in the county's Stream Watch program and other citizen-based environmental restoration activities that contribute to the overall health of our local watersheds.
    http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/environment/watershedrestoration/

  • Maryland's Forest Conservancy District Boards - your local County Forestry Board
    For more than fifty years, Marylandís Forest Conservancy District Boards have been working to perpetuate Marylandís forest resource. As volunteer advocates for forestry, Forestry Board members focus their attention on Marylandís trees and forests...our renewable natural resource.
    http://www.dnr.maryland.gov/forests/programapps/fboards.asp

  • Chesapeake Bay Foundation Habitat Reforestation Program
    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is a non-profit, member based environmental organization that offers opportunities for landowners, groups, and individuals to get involved in preserving and restoring the watershed habitat of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. A large part of their efforts is channeled into resource protection, advocacy, and education to Save the Bay. Leadership training, riparian buffer and wildlife habitat plantings, and stream restoration events offer volunteers the opportunity to get involved. Contact CBF at 410-268-8816. Visit the website at www.cbf.org 

  • TREE-MENDOUS MARYLAND Program
    A national award winning action program that provides opportunities for citizens, schools, community associations, corporations and businesses to work together to "re green" the state. During the past eighteen years over a million Marylanders have participated in TREE MENDOUS Maryland projects and have planted over eight million native trees, seedlings, and shrubs. Volunteer and community groups have purchased over 250,000 large trees through a tree sales program. Companies like Winchester Homes, Northrup Grumond, Whole Foods, Baltimore City Rotary Club, Seventh Generation, and McCormick have donated services and funds, and their volunteers have planted parkland, streamside buffers, and highway rights-of-ways throughout the State. TREE MENDOUS Maryland can help you find the right program to meet your individual needs or can customize a program for your community, school or business. www.dnr.state.md.us/Forests/treemendous.

    Contact your local MD DNR Forestry Office.

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