Holding Plant


Striving for sustainability

at Thomas Jefferson High School

May 1st, 2021
Denver, Colorado

Help offset Thomas Jefferson 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 students in Thomas Jefferson High School’s Sustainability Club, and we are going to be planting 113 trees on May 1st in order to offset our school’s paper usage.

We are passionate about bringing positive change to our school and our local community. We want to do our part to build a more sustainable future. To reach our goal, we are relying on you to request a tree to be planted in your yard! Each tree costs $5 and you can choose the number and type of trees that you would like. Thank you for being apart of the positive change in our community!

This Event is Hosted in Partnership with the

Youth Sustainability Board

The Youth Sustainability Board is a youth run nonprofit that serves as a one stop shop for youth engagement in sustainability. Our mission is to educate, engage, and empower youth in sustainability and provide earlier access that can support them in their personal and professional paths through life. We offer opportunities to engage inside their schools, in their communities, with adults in the realm, as well as expand their education and leadership skills.

Support Our Mission!

Want a Tree?

Help us reach our goal of planting 113 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 May 1st to plant them. Trees are $5 and will come as saplings (18-24 inches).

Meet The Team

Contact Us With Any Questions!

Ms. Maggie Kennedy

TJ Sustainability Club Sponsor

Georgia Hartley

TJ Sustainability Club President

Caitlin Beery

TJ Sustainability Club


Our Goal



1.1 million

Sheets of Paper Replaced

Our 2 Trees

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

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