Holding Plant


Striving for sustainability

at Arlington High School

April 24th, 2021
Lagrangeville, NY

Help offset Arlington High School's paper usage by requesting a tree to be planted in your yard

Our Goals

Tree-Duce, Tree-Use, Tree-Cycle

We are the Arlington High School Environmental Club and we are super excited to be working with Tree-Plenish! We are a very large school in Lagrangeville, New York and we are hoping to plant 250 trees in order to offset the 2.5 million sheets of paper used by our high school each school year. Our Tree-Plenish event will be taking place on Saturday, April 24th, and we are offering residents the option to request Red Maple, River Birch, and Pin Oak trees. Help us to build a more sustainable future and reach our goal by requesting a tree to be planted in your yard!

Support Our Mission!

Want a Tree?

Help us reach our goal of planting 250 trees by opting to receive a tree in your yard! Choose the type of tree you want and volunteers will come to your yard on April 24th to plant them. Trees are $5 and will come as saplings (18-24 inches).

Meet The Team

Contact Us With Any Questions!


Team Members: 
Gigi Goldfischer (co-president), Sally Ball (co-president), Allison Lee, Ana McKiernan, Anglela Ye, Freonia Pinto, Jazmin Sullivan, Nicole Ciardullo, Frankie Campell-Huston, Sabrina Ellis, Ava Allen, Kayla Short, and Mia Castillo
Cindy Binnie and Adrienne deMare

Our Goal



2.5 million

Sheets of Paper Replaced

Our 3 Trees

Click on the tree to learn more about each one
Fern Plant

Work with Tree-Plenish!

Fill out this interest form if you are interested in hosting an event at your school next year!

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Trees and Mountains

Our Sponsors

Maple Sponsors

Eastdale Village Town Center

Seedling Sponsors

Carolynn and Tom Frankel
Conca Family
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties

Individual Sponsors

Premier Medical Group
Vitality Bowls

A community effort to increase sustainability.