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1,000 Trees For Earth Day

Geauga Park District is planting 1,000 trees at Veterans Legacy Woods, and now you can join in to help “reforest the fairways” – restoring this former golf course to a more natural state in celebration of Earth Day 2023!

There are multiple ways to get involved, with additional details posted at

Back the mission with funding. Sponsorship packages offer a variety of opportunities to promote your business or organization while we work together to help our environment. Send support by credit card or check.

Team up to help plant and protect. Volunteer packages offer recognition and take-home gifts for groups who plant trees on Thursday, April 20, Friday, April 21, or a fall date to be determined.  Volunteers will work together to plant young trees and build fencing for their protection.  Create a team of friends, family or coworkers – or, if you work in human resources or own a small business, consider engaging your employees in a wellness day they won’t soon forget!

A public tree planting at Veterans Legacy Woods will also be held Saturday, April 22, which is Earth Day itself.  Please note, however, that attendance will be limited.  To register beginning March 20 at 10 a.m. (for Geauga residents; March 27 at 10 a.m. for out-of-county residents), visit and click “programs & events,” then April 22 on the calendar, or call 440-286-9516.