Friends of the Rappahannock is committed to working with partners, communities, and volunteers to plant trees throughout the Rappahannock River watershed.

Trees naturally filter water and keep our waterways healthy by reducing the amount of sediment and nutrients that flow into them.

We are proud to offer and support several programs to help plant trees throughout the watershed.


Register for up to 3 free trees to pick up at the location closest to you.

These programs are made possible thanks to the leadership, generous grants, donations, and cost-share programs from these great partners. For specific projects or giveaway events led by our partners, please check our events or Facebook page for ways to get involved.

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