Donate a Tree for Free with Odwalla Plant a Tree Program

2011 Odwalla Plant a Tree

For the fourth consecutive year, Odwalla is donating trees to be planted in State Parks across America, and you have a chance to tell them where to plant them.

A total of $100,000 in tree donations will be received through the program, which has already donated $350,000 worth of trees over the last three years.

There are two ways to participate:

  • Odwalla Plant a Tree site: 80% of the money will go to the voter’s choices of parks on the Plant a Tree site, so head over there and pick the state that you want them to donate the tree planting in.
  • At a participating State Park: (California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wyoming) Get a Park Visitor Welcome kit and look for the Odwalla page inside for your code for a tree planting.

I live in New Mexico, so naturally I picked NM for the donation. Check out your state’s video at Plant a Tree, or check out New Mexico’s below:

Derek Markham

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