Arbor Day 2016 - Kids, Trees & Community
Arbor Day is a celebration of trees and their importance in our lives. It is also a time to think about what we can do to enhance our local community with trees and education for our youngsters. The very first Arbor Day celebration took place in Nebraska 143 years ago when Julius Sterling Morton proposed a special day for planting trees. He realized that for our own wellbeing, and for that of future generations, we must plant trees to replace the ones we have lost.

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ReLeaf Michigan values your privacy and does not share your personal information with anyone, period.

ReLeaf Michigan is a statewide volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) tree planting and education organization. Our mission is to educate the public on the value of trees and how to properly select, plant, and maintain them. Since we were founded in 1988, ReLeaf Michigan has worked with over 365 communities statewide on tree related projects. Working with community volunteers, we have planted over 29,000 trees on public property in Michigan's cities, townships, and villages.

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ReLeaf Michigan, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization

Swamp White Oak  $32
Burr Oak  $32
Bitternut Hickory  $32
Sassafras  $32

Flowering Dogwood  $20
Red Bud  $20

Serviceberry  $15
Arrowwood Viburnum  $15
Ninebark  $15
Black Elderberry  $15

See photos of Tree & Shrubs here

(Click here if you would prefer to download the Kennedy form instead)

(Click here if you would prefer to download the Pembroke form instead)

All orders
must be prepaid by
May 9th


John F. Kennedy Elementary School
24220 Rosewood
Oak Park, MI 48237 map

Pembroke Elementary School
955 North Eton Street
Troy, MI 48084 map