Friends of the Rappahannock FREE TREE sign-up
As of January 2020, Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR) has received grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Virginia Department of Forestry to provide free trees for homes and neighborhoods throughout the Rappahannock River area.
Please use this form to fill out your contact information and describe your interest in obtaining free trees. An FOR representative will follow up to inform you about your eligibility and about next steps.
If you have any questions, please contact Adam Lynch, River Steward at
What is your full name?
What is your phone number?
What is the address of the property where you would like to plant the trees?
In what county or city is the property located?
How did you find out about this program?
Eagle Scout Candidate Ryan Murray
Outreach flyer, post or presentation from Friends of the Rappahannock
Outreach flyer, post or presentation from City of Fredericksburg
Outreach flyer, post or presentation from town of Culpeper
Other Flyer or handout
Word of mouth
How many trees do you estimate you will want? If you don't know, mark "I don't know" and we will work with you to figure it out.
5 or less
More than 20
I don't know
If you have any neighbors or nearby public spaces that might make good candidates for free trees, please describe and provide any contact information here:
Please add me to Friends of the Rappahannock's e-newsletter. If you say Yes, you will receive a monthly email report about FOR's work and alerts about volunteer opportunities. If you say No, we won't contact you for any reason except to arrange for your free trees.
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