Nurture Native Trees

Fairfax ReLeaf, Inc. is an independent, 501c(3) non-profit organization of volunteers who plant and preserve trees, improve community appearance and restore habitat on public and common land in Northern Virginia. Fairfax ReLeaf serves as a practical laboratory for assessing techniques to lessen the impact of development on the environment in one of the most rapidly changing forest/urban interface areas in the country.

Our goals are to restore large numbers of native trees on public and common land where funding for landscaping is lacking and nothing would otherwise be planted and to educate government and the public about the values and benefits of the urban forest.

We operate through enlisting volunteer workers and support from interested civic groups, youth, Scouts, local businesses, churches and schools.

Support Fairfax ReLeaf on #Giving Tuesday

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Join Fairfax ReLeaf today in celebrating #GivingTuesday and its tradition of generosity. We know there are many charities that are deserving of your support. As you consider your options, we hope you’ll remember the impact Fairfax ReLeaf has on your life and community.
This year we are on target to plant and distribute over 7,000 native tree seedlings. Since our founding in 1992, our organization has planted over 250,000 native tree seedlings in and around Fairfax County.
Your donation helps Fairfax ReLeaf continue our mission to conserve, restore and promote sustainable urban forests in Northern Virginia.
Thank you for your consideration and investment in our mission.

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Many Thanks To
Arcadia Farm,
Woodlawn-Pope Leighey!

We would like to express our appreciation to Potomac Vegetable Farms, Arcadia Farm, and Woodlawn-Pope Leighey. They generously allow us space to store our tree seedlings and an area to bundle them at their facilities. Without their support we would not be able to distribute over 7,000 tree seedlings each year to the residents of Fairfax County and the surrounding community