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An award-winning environmental education program that’s been helping students of all ages learn about the importance of trees since 2007 and the essential role of pollinators since 2020.

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Safety Tips

Do not plant trees underneath or within 25 feet of overhead power lines.
Do not plant trees on top of underground power, cable, phone or gas lines.
Call 811 before you dig.
Wear gloves and protective gear when you dig.

Project Plant It! News

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November 12th

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November 12th

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Happy Arbor Day from Project Plant It! Thank you for supporting environmental stewardship and STEM learning. Plant a tree and watch it grow! Stay tuned for more updates coming soon about next year’s program.

April 24th

Happy Arbor Day from Project Plant It! Thank you for supporting environmental stewardship and STEM learning. Plant a tree and watch it grow! Stay tuned for more updates coming soon about next year’s program. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Redbud sapling from my son’s 1st grade. We planted it under a huge maple that was dying so we had something substantial there when we finally had to take it out last year. My son is now 15yo anxious for Drivers Ed and the Redbud is 8yo now! Thank you!

Learning at home is fun with Project Plant It!’s online educational games about trees and the environment. Here’s Audrey [center], a third-grader in the Richmond region, playing the game for K-4 level on an iPad with her sisters. Audrey’s mom is supervising because parental permission/guidance is required. Three interactive games, along with a tree reading list, STEM lesson plans and other educational resources can be found at projectplantit.com.

March 16th

Learning at home is fun with Project Plant It!’s online educational games about trees and the environment. Here’s Audrey [center], a third-grader in the Richmond region, playing the game for K-4 level on an iPad with her sisters. Audrey’s mom is supervising because parental permission/guidance is required. Three interactive games, along with a tree reading list, STEM lesson plans and other educational resources can be found at projectplantit.com. ... See MoreSee Less

March 3rd

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Project Plant It! is a partnership between Dominion Energy and the Arbor Day Foundation, in conjunction with schools, civic organizations, scout troops and other groups that work with students in regions served by Dominion Energy. Read more

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