Volunteers Strive to Help Michigan’s Tree Population

March 23rd, 2013 | Posted by Coldstreamfarm

In today’s busy world, it is easy to forget about the living environment that we share with the rest of nature. There are many good reasons for wanting to have a large population of healthy trees around the planet, but action must be taken if trees are going to survive. One organization dedicated to tree planting and education is ReLeaf Michigan.

Since 1988, ReLeaf Michigan has enlisted the help of volunteers to spread valuable information regarding the proper planting and care of trees. Throughout their decades of work, the volunteers at ReLeaf Michigan have helped over 350 communities across the state complete a variety of tree projects. With their years of experience and dedication, they have managed to plant over 25,000 trees throughout the area.

In order for their organization to survive, ReLeaf Michigan depends on the time and contribution of volunteers. Whether you have a passion for trees or would just like to help out, you can join ReLeaf Michigan and aid them in their goal. For more information about ReLeaf Michigan, including instructions on how to join them, please visit their website.

If you would like more information about planting bareroot trees or would like to plant some yourself, you can always turn to our trusted team of experts at Cold Stream Farm. At our wholesale bareroot tree and shrub nursery in Michigan, we have an inventory of a wide variety of trees and shrubs for you to choose from. Give us a call today to find out more!

Craig



One Comment on “Volunteers Strive to Help Michigan’s Tree Population”
Sheila said at 2:16 am on March 31st, 2013:

I’m thinking of planting Amur maples in our backyard along the lotline to provide privacy. My question is how far apart do I plant the bareroots?


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