Planting The Seed of Knowledge
Throughout the year, Treecycler has had the privilege in partnering with some amazing tree foundations from all across the country. By joining forces, tree donations have been made to support a countless number of reforestation projects from New Jersey to Alabama, Missouri to California.
Most recently, Treecycler teamed up with an organization from Lake Tahoe, California.
On May 17th, Treecycler sponsored an event with The Sugar Pine Foundation. Volunteers along with 150 Adler Creek Middle School 7th graders planted 251 trees in the Tahoe Basin.
The students were treated to a full day of fun, dedicated to Mother Earth. Along the tree plantings, the students were educated on the importance of forestry, water quality, and wildlife.
With the help of students and volunteers, the event was a great success.
Treecycler is excited to monitor the beauty that’s sure to bloom in the Tahoe Basin! We look forward to teaming up with The Sugar Pine Foundation in the future.
To learn about other Treecycler projects and how you can make a donation, visit www.treecycler.com.
A Little Bit Of Help, Goes a Long Way.
In celebration of Arbor Day, Treecycler and the NJ Tree Foundation* teamed up to make an earth friendly impact in the local communities of New Jersey.
On April 27, 2013, volunteers from surrounding areas gathered to plant tree saplings in pots at a local tree farm in Newark, NJ.
Students, residents, and volunteers from Newark and the Sparta Green Team joined forces to pot almost 2,000 trees.
Thanks to the efforts of all parties, the Arbor Day celebration was a great success! With several tree saplings potted, the communities of New Jersey can look forward to a greener future!
Treecycler was honored to help fund this event with The NJ Tree Foundation, and look forward to joining forces again to help the beautiful state of New Jersey.
*The NJ Tree Foundation is an organization dedicated to reforesting NJ’s most urban cities. With the help of sponsors and volunteers, the foundation has successfully planted over 155,000 trees state wide. To learn more about the NJ Tree Foundation and the communities they support visit: http://njtreefoundation.org/.
Happy Arbor Day
A week filled with Earth Day and Arbor Day is really the best week ever in these parts.
Arbor Day is a day when people in 36 different countries around the world take time out to celebrate and plant trees. And that sort of tree love makes us very happy.
Help us celebrate Arbor Day by liking Treecycler on Facebook and you can get a code to plant a tree in one of our reforestation projects. To celebrate Earth Month, we’re giving FREE Treecycler codes to Facebook fans. You can use them to plant trees in any reforestation project on Treecycler.com.
One of our reforestation partners, Trees, Water & People, shared the photo above on their Facebook page, and it really sums up the purpose of planting trees. The enthusiasm of all you folks on Treecycler sure fills us with a lot of hope.
Speaking of hope, we hope you’ll plant a tree today — either by getting your hands dirty in nature’s wonderful soil or by doing so the 21st Century way on Treecycler.com.
Even if you just take a moment to notice the buds on the trees or the perfect petals on early-season flowering trees, we’ll consider it an Arbor Day well spent.
Happy Arbor Day,
Happy Earth Day
Earth Day is one of our favorite days of the entire year. To celebrate, throughout the rest of Earth Month, we’re giving a FREE Treecycler code to anyone who likes our page on Facebook.
Once you “like” our page, click on the Plant a Tree App — which will have a picture of the cute little cartoon tree featured in our Facebook cover photo, which we’ve included above to make it even easier for you.
With code in hand, you can head over to Treecycler.com, where you can review our many reforestation projects, learn more about each of them and then plant your tree.
Connect with Facebook Connect to unlock even more features and keep up on the progress of your project.
Please share where you planted your tree. It’s exciting for us to see the many places trees are being added across the world — one tree at a time!
Happy Planting and HAPPY EARTH DAY!