The annual reforestation event at Flight 93 National Memorial will kick-off again this spring! Every year, hundreds of volunteers and forestry professionals team together to plant tree seedlings at the memorial. Planting thousands of seedlings each year, volunteers help honor the passengers and crew members of Flight 93 by creating a living memorial landscape. Now in its sixth year, Plant a Tree will help create a windbreak across the Memorial Groves, while assisting in a larger effort to restore the former acid mine to its natural landscape, improve wildlife habitats across the 2,200 acre memorial and create a sustainable national park for future generations. The Friends, National Park Service and National Park Foundation look forward to partnering with volunteers, local sponsors and donors to get one year closer to our goal of planting over 150,000 new seedlings across Flight 93 National Memorial.
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