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  • Arbor Day Foundation

    This official site of the Arbor Day Foundation provides information about planting and caring for trees, our Rain Forest Rescue and Tree City USA programs, and much more.

  • Arbor Day - Wikipedia

    Arbor Day (or Arbour; from the Latin arbor, meaning tree) is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. Today, many countries observe ...

  • Celebrate Arbor Day - The National Arbor Day Foundation

    Celebrate National Arbor Day every year on the last Friday in April. Learn how you can celebrate Arbor Day in your community.

  • Arbor Day in the United States - Time and Date

    Arbor Day is a state holiday to promote tree planting in Nebraska and is held on the last Friday of April.

  • Arbor Day Foundation - Wikipedia

    The Arbor Day Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit conservation and education organization founded in 1972 in Nebraska, United States, by John Rosenow.

  • Arbor Day Foundation - Shop for the Cause

    At, you can buy trees to plant in your yard, plant trees in honor of others, and try rain forest-friendly coffee and chocolate. Everything you buy helps ...

  • Arbor Day: Calendar, History, events, quotes, when is ...

    Arbor Day history, fun facts, events and quotes. When is Arbor Day shown on a calendar for this year and next.

  • Arbor Day Foundation (@arborday) | Twitter

    The latest Tweets from Arbor Day Foundation (@arborday). We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. Lincoln, NE/Nebraska City, NE

  • Arbor Day Blog • Tree Care & Planting

    Guest post by Dalila Wilson-Scott, Senior Vice President of Community Impact for Comcast Corporation. Comcast Cares Day is the nation’s largest single-day corporate ...

  • Arbor Day | holiday |

    Arbor Day: Arbor Day, holiday observed in many countries by planting trees. It was first proposed in the 19th century by J. Sterling Morton, an American journalist ...

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