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Trees of Tribute - Planting Trees in Honor of Your Friends & Loved Ones
Trees of Tribute

Trees of Tribute

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Blooms Today has partnered with the National Forest Foundation to offer our Trees of Tribute Program - a memorialized or commemorative gift of 10 tree plantings.

Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, new births, employee recognitions, or any special occasion with the gift of trees. Need it today? Print a personalized certificate at home as a great last-minute gift idea! What better way to express your thoughts and wrap clean air, fresh water, and wildlife habitat into one great package!

You will receive a personalized certificate attached to your order confirmation email. This certificate can then be printed and/or forwarded to your recipient. (Note: Trees are planted on behalf of your recipient - No trees, seeds, or seedlings will be sent to the recipient).

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Recipient's Name*:
Sender's Name*:
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The National Forest Foundation will be planting

in our National Forests

This tribute was made possible by

on this day of Thursday, July 02, 2015

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Tree Planting in Our National Forests

Restoring the Health and Vitality of America's National Forests

From fresh water to clean air to sweeping vistas of green, America's National Forests offer an incredible array of beauty and values. With all that these lands give us, it's only natural to consider ways that we can give back. You can help reforest these magnificent lands.

Our National Forests are continually challenged by catastrophic wildfires, insects, disease and severe weather events. Planting trees in National Forests is a gift that provides benefits for generations. Trees clean the air, produce oxygen and sequester carbon dioxide. They help to clean water for the 123 million Americans who depend on National Forests every time they turn on the tap. Healthy forests sustain critical habitat for diverse wildlife and enhance the recreational opportunities for millions of Americans each year.

Since 2009, the National Forest Foundation has completed projects in National Forests across the country. From planting conifer trees in Montana to American chestnut restoration in Appalachia, they have implemented dozens of projects and planted millions of trees.

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