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The original item was published from 4/15/2020 2:04:46 PM to 4/26/2020 12:00:03 AM.
Posted on: April 15, 2020
[ARCHIVED] Celebrate Arbor Day! Virtually!
While Arbor Day in years past was a time for
volunteering and community events, this year is very different.
But the spirit of Arbor Day is still strong.
Head to CelebrateArborDay.com
for ideas and resources to help you celebrate Arbor Day in these ever-changing times, including a fun social media opportunity with #arbordayathome.
Post a photo of your favorite tree, use the hashtag #arbordayathome, and tag the Arbor Day Foundation. We’ll plant a tree on your behalf in one of our nation’s forests…up to 50,000 trees!