ReLeaf was established in 1990 to plant, promote, and protect canopy trees. Since ReLeaf planted the first tree in front of the Jenkins Art Building, the organization has been invovled with restoring and nurturing the urban forest that is Greenville. ReLeaf helps to reverse the effects of deforestation and global warming, combat climate change, and increase the positive appearance of public and common areas in Greenville. ReLeaf is a community-based, volunteer and nonprofit organization. Since 1990 Releaf has planted and replaced over 1,500 trees and contributed over $229,000 to the beautification and re-greening of Greenville. With your help ReLeaf can keep planting, promoting, and educating. ReLeaf plants canopy trees in Greenville North Carolina. ReLeaf is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that must have financial support from its community. Your support is necessary to keep us planting trees! If you are interested in having someone from ReLeaf speak to your group or organization, please contact Hunt McKinnon or Sharon Rhue.
We are gearing up for ReLeaf's annual Community Tree Day event. This year we will be teaming with the City of Greenville and East Carolina University to provide trees along Phase II of Green Mill Run Greenway. This is a great volunteer opportunity for families and civic groups, so mark your calendars for Saturday, March 18. Meet us at Blount Pavilion (behind the Belk Building) at 9 AM to help ReLeaf keep Greenville Green! <more info>