2018 School Order form for Free Trees

Thanks to our generous sponsors, Licking County Soil & Water Conservation District offers free seedling trees to elementary and middle schools who serve Licking County students. The free seedling tree program is an opportunity to show students how important trees are to their health, their community, and their environment.

Two options are available:

Option 1: Each student from participating schools receives a seedling tree to take home. This option is ideal for schools where students have a place at home to plant a tree. If large portions of the student body live in apartments or rental properties, consider Option 2.

Option 2: Request a certain number of trees to be planted on the school grounds. This option is perfect for enhancing an outdoor classroom. Additionally, this option allows all students to have ownership and responsibility for the trees planted at their school. If you choose this option, a variety of native tree species will be provided.

In addition to the seedling trees, your school will receive tree planting guides, tree education resources for the classroom, and the company name of a Licking Soil & Water Annual Giving Campaign contributor. Please have your students write a thank you to the generous contributor that helps make the annual free seedling tree program possible.

Complete this order form by Monday, April 2, 2018 to reserve seedlings trees for your students. The seedling trees will be available for pick-up on Monday, April 10, 2018 between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.

Visit www.lickingSWCD.com for additional information about the annual Seedling Tree Sale and educational programs offered in classrooms and at park sites.

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Must serve Licking County students
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Name of School *
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School Mailing Address *
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Contact Name *
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Daytime Phone Number *
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Email for reminders *
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Option #1: Each student from participating schools receives a seedling tree to take home. This option is ideal for schools where students have a place at home to plant a tree. If large portions of the student body live in apartments or rental properties, consider Option 2.
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Option #1 - Total number of trees requested for students
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Option #1 - Grade level(s) of students receiving trees
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Option #2: Request a certain number of trees to be planted on the school grounds. This option is perfect for enhancing an outdoor classroom. Additionally, this option allows all students to have ownership and responsibility for the trees planted at their school. If you choose this option, a variety of native tree species will be provided.
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Option #2 - Number of seedling trees requested for planting at your school
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