Neighborhood Forest Tree Program

We are celebrating Earth Day this spring by participating in the 12th Annual
Neighborhood Forest free tree program, whose aim is to provide free trees to kids
every Earth Day.
Since 2010, Neighborhood Forest has reached over 60,000 families and planted over
30,000 (mostly urban and residential) trees through the hands of children and parents
across North America.
We endorse this project and are excited to be participating in this wonderful program
that teaches kids stewardship through the magic and wonder of planting and watching
trees grow.
Please fill out the following online registration form by March 21st and
receive a free tree (6-12 inches in size) during Earth Week (April 22-30).
Trees will be delivered to us and we will arrange to get the trees in the hands of your
children on or around Earth Day (April 22nd).
Planting instructions and species information will be emailed a few days prior to the
trees arriving.

Register to receive a free tree for Earth Day to plant with your child:
Neighborhoodforest.org/school-search

Thank you for your support and participation. For more information about this
program, please visit www.neighborhoodforest.org or
www.facebook.com/neighborhoodforest or contact Ali Lyons at alyons@i-35.k12.ia.us