Join FOR as we plant 50,000 trees this spring!
We’re partnering with the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge and National Wildlife Federation to plant 10,000 native trees at the Tayloe Unit outside of Warsaw, VA. This project will enhance valuable wildlife habitat and protect clean water in the Rappahannock River and Chesapeake Bay!
We’re looking for volunteers to help us finish strong by planting trees, installing tree mats, and placing bird nets on our tree tubes.
We have two volunteer shifts available on Saturday, April 17th. Morning shift is 9am until 12pm. Afternoon shift is 12:30pm until 3:30pm.
All tools and materials will be provided and sterilized. Please bring your own water, snacks, closed toe shoes, and weather appropriate layers. COVID-19 social distancing and masking guidelines will be enforced.
All are welcome! We have jobs for participants of all ages! Participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Register to volunteer:
Please contact Anne Self with any questions at [email protected] or by calling 804-443-3448.
This project is made possible thanks to generous grant funding from the National Wildlife Federation, Arbor Day Foundation, Virginia Department of Forestry, Patagonia, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.