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Contact Plant-A-Million (PAM) Leaders:
Bob Eddleman- Interim Coordinator, Education & Information Specialist

by Phone at 317-290-3250
or by Fax at 317-290-3150  
or by Email at hhrcd@hhrcd.org  

or write them at:
Plant-A-Million
c/o Hoosier Heartland RC&D Council, Inc.
6041 Lakeside Blvd. 
Indianapolis, IN  46278-1989

Yes! Count My Trees !
As You Plant Trees This Spring, Don't Forget to Report Them to HHRCD
As you plant trees this Spring, Don't forget to report them to the Hoosier Heartland RC&D to help us reach our goal of planting a million new trees in central Indiana over the next ten years.  The "Count My Trees Form" is available on our web site in a Adobe pdf file or a Microsoft Word file format.  For more information about planting trees and shrubs in your back yard, check out the Hoosier Heartland RC&D's new booklet- "Your Yard, Your trees- A Homeowners Guide" order form (in pdf format) or (Microsoft Word format)

Meet the Tiny Guardians of our Forests- Treetures
Learn more about Treetures and how they can schedule an appearance in your community by checking the Treetures Brochure (in pdf format)

Check out the Fall 2005 Backyard Tree Farm Newsletter
(in pdf format)

New Plant A Million Fact Sheet  (in pdf format)
  
New How to Plant a Container Grown Tree


Plant A Million Campaign "Kicked Off with Senator Lugar"

Senator Richard Lugar helped plant the first official tree of a million that will dot the central Indiana landscape in the "Plant-A-Million Campaign". The official first tree, a tulip tree, was planted at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, IN. This six to ten year campaign will result in a healthier and more beautiful environment throughout ten counties (Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Monroe, Morgan and Shelby). The project has two major goals. The first is to plant more than a million native trees and the second is to help people learn to manage and take proper care of existing trees and those they plant. Senator Lugar and Mrs. Judy O’Bannon are serving as honorary project Co-Chairs and are actively supporting the effort. The Plant-A-Million project is a supportive of both urban and rural tree planting and management.  Pictured are Senator Lugar and Paula Baldwin, Chair of HHRCD who helped "Kicked Off" the Plant-A-Million Campaign on Saturday, June 25th    Get the entire news release 
(in Microsoft Word format, be patient because it is a large file).
 



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