MillionTreesNYC Wangari Maathai Volunteer Planting Event
Every planting season, MillionTreesNYC engages enthusiastic, energetic, and environmentally–minded New Yorkers in volunteer tree planting activities.
Join MillionTreesNYC and fellow volunteers to make New York City greener and greater, by volunteering to help plant 20,000 trees at parks citywide! This Fall we will plant trees in honor of Wangari Maathai, Founder of the Green Belt Movement in Kenya and the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. To learn more about the Green Belt Movement, visit their website: http://www.greenbeltmovement.org/ .
Registration is now closed and all planting sites have reached capacity. The good news is that you can still volunteer with the Natural Areas Volunteers at sites nearby by registering here.
Pelham Bay Park, Rodman's Neck, BRONX (PDF, 295 KB)
Van Cortlandt Park, BRONX (PDF, 342 KB)
Floyd Bennett Field, BROOKLYN (PDF, 310 KB)
McGuire Fields, BROOKLYN (PDF, 329 KB)
Conference House Park (335 volunteers) (PDF, 338 KB)
Cunningham Park, QUEENS (PDF, 316 KB)
Fort Totten Park, QUEENS (Sunday, OCTOBER 28) (PDF, 309 KB)
Download the volunteer waiver (PDF, 58.4 KB).
Download the Fall 2012 Planting Day Flyer (PDF, 230 KB).
Please address any inquiries about registration to email@example.com.
Registration is closed.