October 31, 2016
The Great Falls Citizens Association, in conjunction with Fairfax ReLeaf, organized a tree sapling program this fall. On Saturday Oct. 29 and Sunday Oct. 30, local residents picked up about 400 free tree saplings they had ordered earlier through GFCA's website.
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ReLeaf and GFCA volunteers disperse some of many native species that will enhance the community for many years, including white and red oak, elderberry, dogwood and loblolly pine. ReLeaf is a private non-profit organization of volunteers formed in 1992 to plant and protect trees in and around Fairfax County, preserve native habitat and educate the public about the benefits of trees.