Volunteers can help communities fill the gap when there isn´t enough money to do all that is needed to plant trees or to care for those we have. From planting crews to fund raisers, volunteers can supplement the work of professionals, strengthen social bonds within the community, and provide advocacy and support for tree programs. This bulletin provides suggestions that should help nourish a positive, beneficial relationship both within volunteer groups and between volunteers and the professionals with whom they work on behalf of trees.
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