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[CANCELLED] Volunteer: Community Tree Planting – Keene Field
April 4 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm EDTFree
Join us in planting trees at Keene Field!
This field is in some dire need of trees. Join us at the largest planting of the Spring 2020 planting season!
- Registration. We require that you pre-register for our events so that you can fill out our waiver before arriving at the event. Please take a moment to register for this event.
- Youth Volunteers. Volunteers under 18 years of age must have their parent or legal guardian sign their consent form and be supervised by an adult at all times. Please note you must be over 18 years of age to become a team leader.
- No specific skills required. Each event starts with a tool safety and planting demonstration. Volunteers plant alongside experienced Citizen Foresters and staff.
- Arrive on time. Check-in opens a half hour prior to the indicated start time.
- Dress comfortably and appropriately for the weather.
- Closed-toe shoes and long pants are required. Boots are preferred over sneakers.
- Animals. No animals are allowed into the event, except for service animals.
If you represent a group (5+ people), complete the Group Volunteer Information Form and we will contact you to discuss potential volunteer opportunities.
Volunteers are treated to a celebratory lunch at the conclusion. Indicate dietary restrictions during the online registration process. Drinking water is available throughout the event.
Public Transportation: Fort Totten is the closest metro station to the planting site. (0.3 of a mile) Many buses stop at the Fort Totten metro station near the site.
Parking: Street parking is available near the site. A parking lot might be available as well by one of the schools surrounding the site.
Bike Parking: Bikes can be locked to bike racks near the Mary Center or DC Bilingual Public Charter School.
Become a Casey Trees Member today and receive some incredible perks and benefits – all while doing your part to help build a greener place to live for us all. Casey Trees relies on the support of friends, neighbors, and volunteers like you to make our work possible. Thank you for your help!