REGISTRATION CLOSED: Growing Native Tree Planting at White's Ford Park
- White's Ford Regional Park 43646 Hibler Road Leesburg, VA, 20176 United States (map)
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED.
Wow! When Potomac Riverans set out to make a difference, you do it in a big way! So many of you have signed up to get your hands dirty for clean water that this event is now full. Please check out our event page for more ways you can join this local movement for clean water.
Do your part to stop pollution and restore our hometown river by spending a spring morning planting trees. Bring your friends and family and join Team Potomac and NOVA Parks as we plant 200 trees at White's Ford Regional Park on Saturday, April 22nd!
We all know that trees and fresh air go hand-in-hand, but trees are also a river's best friend. Our healthy forested lands protect the water we drink and the river we love. Learn about the essential link between trees and healthy rivers while getting tips on how to plant your own trees at home and enjoying the great outdoors.
All ages are welcome, but small children will need some strong helping hands to lead the way.
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