Boulder JTree Hands-On Group Activity

Happy New Year tree lovers!

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur offer reflection on the past and space to create an intention for the year to come. Join Boulder JTree, The National Forest Foundation and Colorado Field of Office of The Nature Conservancy and help replant our forests. Volunteers are needed for a home-based activity.

Click here to sign up for a hands on activity for families and groups of all ages coming in October.

Click here to donate JTree in recognition of a family member or an awesome teacher for the Holidays. Please note Boulder in your JTree post.

Together our community will continue to be pro-active on climate change and fight the effects of drought, increased heat and forest fires. Let’s create new leaves this year as an act of Tikun Olam and help replant forests that have been lost to fires, beetle and drought. Shana Tova!

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