Growing Native: Get Nuts for Clean Water!
- Arlington National Cemetary Arlington, VA 22211 United States (map)
We are honored to be back at Arlington National Cemetery for our second Growing Native event of the season! We'll be Getting Nuts for Clean Water by collecting acorns and tree seeds for future plantings!
Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to help collect acorns and other native tree seeds in this important national site and home of three of the nation's newest champion trees! You don’t have to be a tree expert to participate, we’ll show you what to look for.
These seeds will go to local nurseries that grow trees for reforesting efforts across the region. Not only will you be creating forests for tomorrow, you will also learn more about the important connection between healthy, forested lands and clean waters.
For more information, and to sign up for this free event, please visit the event page >
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