Where can i legally plant a tree?
Question:Hello! i've been trying to plant a tree, to help with the global warming problems that we are facing, but i don't have a backyard or anything like that. I was wondering if i can just go to a park and plant a tree, am i allowed to do that? if not, then where CAN i plant trees, without getting into trouble for it?
any help would be very much appreciated. THANKS!!
talk to friend's or family ,that might have enough room to plant trees.always look to see what the tree will look like when it matures.don't plant under power lines etc. also in the dormet season check with your parks and rec.dept. they are always looking for volunteers. start a group to go out and plant trees in your heighborhood
check with your community, sometimes they have a section in the park for planting. It's fun and you meet others that want to help as well.
Why don't you go talk to your local schools, churches and/or youth centers. They may have a place that they would allow you to plant a tree (especially if your paying for it!). Good luck!
Try Habitat for Humanity, they are always looking for volunteers to help with things, Planting is one of the things they need help with.
If you will let me help with picking out the type of tree, you can plant it in my yard. I take good care of my yard and have planted two trees. My lot is old but the only tree was an old Cottonwood that died. I planted a Live Oak which will get 60' tall and 60' wide,in a hundred years or so, and a Bradford Pear for its beautiful fall and spring colors. You are welcome to plant a tree on my property. If not, then call your local parks and wildlife department and ask them if there is somewhere. Ask a landowner outside of the city. Ask the city if you can donate a tree for them to plant. Ask a school if you can plant a tree for them at the school. I think that if you really want to plant a tree, someone will help you do just that. It really doesn't matter where your tree is planted as we all will enjoy the benefits of its beauty and other environmental qualities.
How about a donation the the Arbor Day Foundation? Check out their website:
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