National Arbor Day Foundation

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National Arbor Day Foundation

Address:100 Arbor Ave
Nebraska City, NE 68410

Established: 1972. Description:Nonprofit education organization dedicated to tree planting and environmental stewardship. Encourages the celebration of Arbor Day, a tree planting event held annually across the United States. Each year the Foundation distributes millions of trees, fosters tree-care education, and works to help reforest fire-ravaged national forests lands. Members: 800,000. Dues: $15/year (introductory membership).
Publications: Arbor Day (bimonthly); free to members. The Tree Book; free to members.

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The National Association of RELATORS[R] new VIP[SM] Alliance partnership with the National Arbor Day Foundation, will enable NAR members to purchase two specially priced and customized products.
The national winner also receives a $1,000 savings bond and a lifetime membership in The National Arbor Day Foundation. The winning teacher receives $200 for classroom materials.
A $10 membership to the National Arbor Day Foundation will buy you 10 trees, the informational Tree Book, a bimonthly newsletter, and more.
The National Arbor Day Foundation is inviting 5th-grade classrooms across the United States to showcase their artistic talent, while they learn about trees, by participating in its annual Arbor Day National Poster Contest.
The National Arbor Day Foundation (NADF) is inviting 5th grade classrooms across the country to showcase their artistic talent-while learning about trees- with its annual Arbor Day National Poster Contest.
To sign up, educators can write to: The National Arbor Day Foundation, P.O.
If you don't have Internet access, you can write your selection on a 3 x 5 card and send it to National Tree, The National Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410.
The National Arbor Day Foundation is offering a free pocket guide for identifying trees.
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Many landowners, federal and state officials, and private forest practitioners will gather on April 26-29, 1994, at the National Arbor Day Foundation's conference center in Nebraska City to discuss their experiences and views concerning forest stewardship.
Highland Park has been designated a Tree City USA for the past 38 years by the National Arbor Day Foundation. In order to earn the designation, a community must have a tree board or department, have a city tree ordinance, maintain a comprehensive forestry program and observe Arbor Day each year.

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