RELIES ON PARTNERSHIP
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we plant well with others
Adding 10 million trees to buffer streams, areas of stormwater concern, urban streets, abandoned and legacy mine land, and other priority landscapes is possible only through a broad and diverse collaboration of partners. Some partners work directly with landowners through tree planting and maintenance, while other partners offer research, outreach, volunteer, and donor support.
This growing list of partners includes a range of local, regional, and national conservation groups, commonwealth and federal government organizations, nursery and tree supply businesses, and other businesses throughout Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic.
free trees are just the beginning
Sustaining the Partnership by providing wide-ranging resources and assistance are key to its long-term success through 2025. This is why the partnership continues to provide free trees to all partners across the Commonwealth based on a regional priority request system. Tree shelters and stakes are also available in critical regions, at no charge, as funding is available.
We also offer partners new partner onboarding, ArcGIS training with login for tree tracking and reporting, ongoing in-person and virtual training, opportunities to request additional funding, networking to other partners, notices of funding opportunities, and a robust virtual partner toolkit.
The Partnership harnesses the collective strengths of science through partners like the Stroud Water Research Center, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Penn State Cooperative Extension, Pennsylvania Conservation Districts, the American Chestnut Foundation, and other research institutions. The on-the-ground connections and experience of many conservancies, watershed groups, and other experts and entities add valuable local depth to planting efforts.
Dive into our partner stories that are dedicated to accounts and reflections of the successes, challenges, and outstanding efforts of invaluable partners.
GIRL SCOUTS IN THE HEART OF PENNSYLVANIA
In 2021, Girl Scouts launched a bold tree-planting initiative in the Girl Scout Tree Promise effort to plant, protect or honor five million trees by 2025.
We’ve created a one stop shop for our partners, where you can easily order and track your trees, request volunteers, and view other partner specific information. Follow the portal link to log in or create an account.
Why Become a Partner?
Interested in becoming a partner but want to learn more? Read through this information sheet to learn all the ins and outs of joining the Partnership.
Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership Map
Find out where our partners are located across Pennsylvania and find a complete list of each
Keystone 10 Million Trees Partner Resources and Tools Powerpoint
Find the answers to some specific landowner questions, partner expectations, and initial partner steps
Site Evaluation Form
Use this as a guide to inform decisions using partnership trees, supplies and funds towards planting projects
Operating Guidelines of the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership
Learn more about the operating guidelines followed by partners
Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership 2020 Brochure
A sample brochure with partner information, 10 reasons to love trees and how to get involved
Why become a partner
This resource answers all your questions as to why you should join the partnership, and how you can do so
Tree Planting Guide
Describes cost effective way to improve water quality in streams and protect herd health
Everything you need to know – and share – about our campaign
Frequently Asked Tree Questions
8 of the most common questions people want to know
Campaign Postcard - Spanish
An efficient overview of our campaign translated into Spanish
10 Million Trees Partner Benefit Postcard
Learn more about the benefits of joining the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership