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Collectively, our members have been moving the needle on reforestation for more than 50 years. Trees are being planted in yards and forests across the country and around the globe thanks to your help.

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10 Free Trees

You will receive 10 free seedlings as our thank you for joining. You can also choose to have these trees planted in a tropical rain forest or one of our nation’s forests.

Tree Nursery Discounts

You’ll receive discounts of up to 33% on more than 200 trees and shrubs in our Tree Nursery.

The Tree Book

This photo-filled book will put information about some of America’s favorite trees right at your fingertips, along with planting and care advice.

Subscription to Arbor Day

Within this bimonthly publication you’ll find moving stories of how your support is making a positive impact on the environment and in people’s lives.

Need help with your member trees?

Identify Your Trees   Plant Your Trees

Our Work

In Action

Your support is helping to make tremendous environmental efforts possible. See what’s happening right now.

  • “Thank you so much for the good work you do. I look forward to being a member for many years to come.”

    – Deborah Brackbill

  • “I have loved trees since I was a child, and I am proud to be a member of your organization. Keep up the good work!”

    – Mary S. Gregory

  • “Yes, trees DO make a lasting difference, in more ways than one. Thank you for allowing a poor man to feel rich in spirit for a mere $15 annual membership.”

    – Kevin Warriner

  • “As a wildlife photographer, I know the value of foundations like yours. Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who does their part to help the natural world.”

    – Susan Brown


Replanting Projects

Learn more about the work that your membership and support make possible.


The Arbor Day Foundation has joined forces with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium and the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership to restore this critical forest habitat.

Shasta-Trinity National Forest

A lightning strike in 2015 sparked a wildfire that raged through Shasta–Trinity National Forest and Six Rivers National Forest in California, charring more than 221,000 acres. Reforestation efforts will focus on establishing conifer cover in areas that burned at a higher intensity, while allowing areas with adequate seed source to naturally regenerate. This active rehabilitation will restore the tree cover while reducing the long-term adverse effects of high-intensity wildfire on watersheds and wildlife.

Tree Care


Find helpful information about planting trees, a guide to pruning, video tips from certified arborists, and more.

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