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Have a tree or an entire grove planted in a designated US National Forest in your honoree's name. 


We'll also stamp and mail your gift recipient a personalized commemorative card notifying them of your gift and the associated tree planting.

Plant a Tree in Someone's Honor

Plant a Tree in Memory

A tree planted in someone's memory is a living tribute that benefits present and future generations, and is perhaps the most fitting memorial gift of all. Your memorial trees planted in National Forests will be honorable monuments and active participants in nature's plan for decades to come.


Through this website, people may make contributions to national and community reforestation efforts, and send or receive a personalized commemorative card - in memory or honor of a friend or loved one, in celebration of a life event, or simply to give the green gift of trees.


If the tree planting is a gift, we will stamp and mail the card directly to the recipient for you. Now you can send a greeting card that makes the world greener. Every card we print is sustainably sourced, FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified & acid-free, and ships carbon neutral thanks to our participation in Planet. 


With each order, tree planting organizations under the supervision of the Forest Service commit to planting new trees on designated National Forests and State Parks in dire need of restoration (see list of recent projects and sites below).


Every 1,000 tree seedlings that we plant will restore four acres of forest and create critical wildlife habitat. The Green Benefits of Planting Memorial Trees


To plant a tree or a memorial grove in someone's name, simply click here and choose your gift level.

Plant a Tree Gift

Commemorative Card

Tree Planting Sympathy Cards

Sympathy Tree Planting Cards

Plant a Tree in Honor

Plant a tree in someone's name - a unique and green gift to celebrate events such as birthdays, holidays, graduations, weddings, new births, anniversaries, or any special occasion. Now you can pay tribute to your friends and loved ones while replanting our nation's forests.


A Tree Dedication Gift starts at just $9.99 for one tree, and either the gift giver or recipient will receive a personalized card to commemorate the tree planting. Multiple trees can be dedicated. You can give a gift of trees, memorialize a loved one, celebrate a milestone, plant a tree in remembrance of a pet, or honor someone with a tree simply because they cherish nature.


Your orders will help conservation organizations like the National Forest Foundation restore treasured National Forests from the Pacific Northwest to New England - over 100 million acres of majestic trees, blue streams, open valleys, and beautiful mountain landscapes.


Planting trees on someone’s behalf is a great way to honor someone – and since trees provide so many natural benefits, it is a gift that keeps on giving.


Trees clean our air, absorbing harmful carbon dioxide and producing oxygen. They help to clean water for the millions of Americans who depend on a forest every time they turn on their faucets. Healthy forests sustain critical habitat needed for wildlife, and enhance our own outdoor pursuits.

Plant Trees in Memory
Honor your friends and loved ones with the gift of trees. Your plant a tree gift will support reforestation efforts in locations such as:

Ocala National Forest - Florida

Florida State Forests (Hurricane Tree Recovery)

Angeles National Forest - California

Eldorado National Forest - California

Klamath National Forest - California

Lassen National Forest - California

Mendocino National Forest - California

Plumas National Forest - California

San Bernardino National Forest - California

Sequoia National Forest - California

Shasta-Trinity National Forest - California

Sierra National Forest - California

Stanislaus National Forest - California

Tahoe National Forest - California

Redwood Valley - California

South Lake Tahoe - California/Nevada

White Mountain National Forest - New Hampshire

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest - Arizona

Coconino National Forest - Arizona

Kaibab National Forest - Arizona

Tonto National Forest - Arizona

Ozark-St. Francis National Forest - Arkansas

Chippewa National Forest - Minnesota

Superior National Forest - Minnesota

Hiawatha National Forest - Michigan

Huron-Manistee National Forest - Michigan

Gifford Pinchot National Forest - Washington

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest - Washington

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest - Washington

Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest - Wisconsin

Lincoln National Forest - New Mexico

Santa Fe National Forest - New Mexico

Nebraska National Forest - Nebraska

Cherokee National Forest - Tennessee

Hoosier National Forest - Indiana

Monongahela National Forest - West Virginia

Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest - Montana

Bitterroot National Forest - Montana

Custer-Gallatin National Forest - Montana

Flathead National Forest - Montana

Kootenai National Forest - Montana

Lolo National Forest - Montana

Idaho Panhandle National Forests - Idaho

Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest - Idaho

Sawtooth National Forest - Idaho

Deschutes National Forest - Oregon

Fremont-Winema National Forest - Oregon

Malheur National Forest - Oregon

Mount Hood National Forest - Oregon

Willamette National Forest - Oregon

Dixie National Forest - Utah

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest - Utah

Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest - Colorado

Gunnison National Forest - Colorado

Pike-San Isabel National Forest - Colorado

Rio Grande National Forest - Colorado

White River National Forest - Colorado

Grand Mesa-Uncompahgre National Forest - Colorado

Allegheny National Forest - Pennsylvania

New York State 

Green Mountain National Forest - Vermont

Pisgah National Forest - North Carolina

Talladega National Forest - Alabama

Bridger-Teton National Forest  - Wyoming

Shoshone National Forest - Wyoming

Daniel Boone National Forest - Kentucky

Mark Twain National Forest - Missouri

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest - Georgia

South Texas National Wildlife Refuge - Texas

Blanco River & Travis County - Texas

Colorado State Forests (Wildfire Tree Recovery)

Yosemite National Park (Non-Tree Planting Restoration)

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