Plant a Tree in Memory in Our National Forest
Create a Living Tribute for a Loved One

 

Plant a tree in memory in our National Forest and create a living tribute that benefits our planet.

  Since 2013, Our tree planting service makes it simple to plant a tree in memory, in honor or in celebration of a loved one. We work with the National Forest Foundation to get your tree planted in one of over 150 National Forests.

  Each tree planted in memory comes with personalized keepsake mailed card that features the name of the honoree and person(s) commissioning the tree planting. Cards are mailed within 2 business days, in a hand stamped envelope with your name and address in the return address ensuring your recipient will know who planted this living tribute on behalf of their loved one.

A Gift From The Heart - Sending Condolences & Planting a Tree

  Each tree planted in memory comes with personalized keepsake mailed card that features the name of the honoree and person(s) commissioning the tree planting.

  Cards are mailed within 2 business days. Each hand stamped envelope has your name and address in the return address. This ensures your recipient will know who planted a living tribute on behalf of their loved one.

"PlantMemorialTree.com is a great way to remember our clients, caregivers’ families and other business partners in a meaningful way when a death occurs"
Michael Juceam
Right at Home of Sarasota

   For years our clients mention how moved the families and friends of these tree plantings were. Also, each card has an area to share a personal message to the family. The message could be as simple as “Our thoughts are with you” to sharing a unique memory about the honoree that will forever be memorialized. Your thoughts and sentiments, are the gifts for the heart, the tree – a gift for the world to cherish.

  The United States has 154 protected areas known as National Forests covering 188 million acres. Managed by the U.S. Forest Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.The Department of the Interior established the first National Forest (Yellowstone) on March 30th 1891. Currently, the U.S. Forest Service is responsible for the National Forests.

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