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Alabama Re-Leaf
Phil Campbell Ag/FFA students planting Re-Leaf Trees on their campus.

Alabama Re-Leaf is a charitable program designed to help plant trees across the state to clean the air, mitigate flooding and beautify communities.

 For every $2.00 donated, the AUFA will plant or give a tree for planting to individuals and organizations.

 Plant a Tree!

100% of every dollar
is dedicated to tree planting!


With the help of Alagasco, Alabama Power, Alabama 811, Appalachian Regional Commission, American Chestnut Foundation, Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama Forestry Association, US Forest Service, USDA Specialty Crops, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Green Industry Web Portal and many individual, association and corporate donors, more than 30,000 trees have been planted throughout the state in the past nine years. 
To help this worthy cause with any donation, you may use the button above or mail a check with "Alabama Re-Leaf" in the memo line, to: 

Alabama Urban Forestry Association
P.O. Box 382225
Birmingham, AL 35238-2225


Planting dogwoods for Earth Day at Donald Elementary in Fairfield.

 Volunteers planting Re-Leaf trees
AUFA Members, Volunteers and Industry Partners plant trees across Alabama.

Eagle Scout Re-Leaf project
Slope reforestation with Re-Leaf trees by an Eagle Scout

Re-Leaf fundraising
Fundraising for Re-Leaf at a concert

American Chestnut planting in Helena Park.