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lend a hand

From site prep to planting to outreach, there are plenty of opportunities to help.

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ten million trees for pennsylvania

requires many hands

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volunteers make all the difference

The enthusiasm and commitment of volunteers set a course for early success, as partner groups planted more than 31,000 trees at more than 50 locations in the first week alone.

We can’t do this alone – and we don’t expect you to either! The Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership is always here to provide technical assistance, tools, and supplies, as well as access to Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s staff of regional restoration specialists for further guidance as needed.

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many opportunities to help

If you’re not the proud owner of a green thumb, you can still help! Volunteers are always needed for site prep, stewardship, outreach events, landowner recruitment, tabling at events, and so much more. Reach out (link) to us and let us know how you would like to be involved.

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join the movement now!

Visit our Planting Events Map, to find a place to volunteer sign and/or sign up for future plantings taking place in your area. Download and fill out a volunteer waiver form. All volunteers are required to submit this form.

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Keystone 10 Million Trees Mira Lloyd Dock Partnership Diversity Award

Each year, we honor one volunteer who has demonstrated exceptional conservationism in a diverse, inequitable, and under-represented environmental justice communities with the Keystone 10 Million Trees Mira Lloyd Dock Partnership Diversity Award. Recipients are awarded $5,000 worth of trees, tree shelters, and tree stakes towards a tree planting project to honor the urban beautification and forest conservation achievements of Mira Lloyd Dock.


Why Plant Trees?

A handy list of materials to help YOU help us help Pennsylvania

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Volunteer Resources
  • Alliance for Community Trees

    Find a tree-planting organization in your area and volunteer to plant or care for trees in your community; check out the this page to find a group in your town

  • How to plant Bare Root Trees

    Follow this step by step tutorial from the Arbor Day Foundation about how to plant young trees

  • Springtime Home Tree Care

    Learn how to take care of your trees after they are planted

  • One Pager

    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

  • USDA Forest Service- Eastern Region

    Find your state urban and community forest coordinator. Contact a State & Private Forestry employee focused on Urban and Community Forestry

Volunteer Events

Come out and get your hands dirty

ready to help?

Fill out our volunteer form to be added to our list.

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