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WHAT'S NEW/UPCOMING


Tree inventory project with Indiana University
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri is partnering with Indiana University to inventory trees we have given away for plantings in the past. The objectives of the project are to evaluate the success of trees planted through nonprofit programs, as well as the social effects on neighborhoods and individuals. This project will provide Forest ReLeaf with great feedback that we will use to improve our Project CommunTree and Priority ReLeaf programs. Connect with our new friend Tim Layton, Missouri Master Naturalist blogger, and learn more about what Forest ReLeaf is up to here!

Forest ReLeaf of Missouri YouTube Channel
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri is now on YouTube! Click here!

"Like" Forest ReLeaf of Missouri on Facebook
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Forest ReLeaf of Missouri on Twitter
Follow Forest ReLeaf on Twitter! Click here!

Gateway Television Network News Network (GTNTV)
Forest ReLeaf recently formed a new relationship with Randy Gardner of GTNTV! Learn more about the network by clicking here and be sure to check out our segment here!

Treecycler
Forest ReLeaf is excited to promote Treecycler, a fun and simple way to partner with your favorite brands to plant trees in reforestation projects around the globe. Learn more about them by clicking here and look for Treecycler codes on mail, products and select locations online. These codes can then be redeemed to plant trees around the world!

Project CommuniTree Program
Our free tree program is coming to a close this season. Please check back in the fall, or Click here for more information.

Project ReLeaf Sales Program
Order forms for our tree sales program were due by March 8, 2013. Please check back in the fall, as our season is now closed, or Click here for more information.

2012 Annual Report
Click here to download the 2012 Annual Report.

CommuniTree Gardens Brochure
Download the CommuniTree Gardens brochure.

The Kindest Cut
After a tree has been topped, the kindest cut may be at the base. Learn more in this brochure from the Missouri Forestry Council and Forest ReLeaf.

Missouri Forestkeeper Lesson Plans
Perfect for 3rd-5th grade students, these lesson plans combine science, art and Missouri forestry. Please visit the Missouri Forestkeepers Network for more information about this program. (Click the lessons below to reach the downloadable pdfs.)
Lesson 1: What's Your Leaf Type?
Lesson 2: How Does Your Tree Measure Up?
Lesson 3: Art From Recycled Materials
Lesson 4: Recycled Leaf Frames