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Discover the Benefits of Recognition

Trees benefit our planet in many ways. When people learn about these benefits in their youth, their potential to make a positive impact on their community and world with trees becomes even greater.

  • Get help identifying partners in your community who can help bring more tree experiences to your school.

  • Create new pathways that connect students to service learning and community involvement.

  • Get to know the trees on your campus and in your community.

  • Create a platform for educating your school community on the benefits of trees.

  • Use the framework provided to bring the program to life in your school's unique way.

  • The students have an opportunity to earn something that is meaningful to community. I think it creates more buy-in for learning.

    Science Teacher, Palo Verde Magnet School, Tucson, AZ
  • St. Augustine has been trying to re-engage our Native American youth with the outside world and build an understanding of the value of the natural world and our connection to it. This program gives us an opportunity to further that effort and also fuse traditional teachings with modern learning.

    Principal, St. Augustine Indian Mission, Winnebago, NE
  • We live in a rural county, but the population is very urban. Urban agriculture students and community members should still have a sense and respect for the health of trees and what they provide for us and our ecosystems.

    Agriculture Teacher, Freeport High School, Freeport, IL
  • We’re excited about the potential for connecting with other schools and learning more so we can make our program more robust. Learning from the Arbor Day Foundation is very exciting as well.

    School Director, Abington Friends School, Jenkintown, PA

Tree Campus K-12 is an Arbor Day Foundation Program in collaboration with: