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ReLeafing Nashville Day: Tree Planting
Saturday, Nov 18, 2017 8:30 AM
Each year a different locatiosn in Nashville is chosen for tree planting. Join Team Green as we help make Nashville a greener place to live.

Open to Members & Non-Members.
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Join Lightning 100 and Nashville Tree Foundation for an annual tree planting that takes place every year the weekend before Thanksgiving. ReLeafing Day will be held in the south Nashville neighborhoods of Paragon Mills, Fairlane Park, on select streets in Tusculum and at 10 Metro Schools in partnership with Nashville Electric Service and the State of Tennessee Division of Forestry.  Trees provide shade, help to filter air pollution, create an oxygen rich environment, and reduce flooding by absorbing great amounts of ground water.  Learn how to plant and care for your own trees, while also joining forces with Team Green Adventures to make Nashville a greener community to live in!

When: Saturday, November 18th from 8:30am-12noon
             8:30 am - Volunteer check in and live tree-planting demonstrations

             8:30 am - Noon - Tree Planting
Where: Croft Middle School           
482 Elysian Fields Rd
Nashville, TN 37211
Cost: FREE and open to the public.

Trip Leader: Kaleigh Imbriale

Difficulty: This is a volunteer activity with tasks available for any ability level
Registration Deadline: Please register by 3pm on Thursday, November 16th.
Group Size Limit: Our group is limited to 20 volunteers

Parking: Parking is available for free at the orientation location


Children Policy: Volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
Dog Policy: Dogs are not recommended at this event.
Weather Policy: Please contact the event organizer for more information
Cancellation Policy: If you register but cannot make it, please contact the trip leader directly


ReLeafing Day is the Nashville Tree Foundation’s fall planting held every year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving since 2002 with volunteers across the county planting trees in public spaces and private yards. In partnership with Nashville Electric Service, the Foundation has planted hundreds of powerline approved trees since 2005. ReLeafing Day evolved out of Nashville Tree Foundation’s highly successful award-winning ReLeaf Nashville project that planted 6,757 shade trees from 1998-2001 to replace some of the 20,000 felled by the tornadoes on April 16, 1998.


Please register below if you are interested on being a part of the Team Green ReLeafing Day team! Email TeamGreen@Lightning100.com if you have any questions about the event.