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Reforest NKY

Reforest Northern Kentucky is an annual, all-volunteer project organized by NKUCFC to restore native Kentucky woodlands. The reforestation project is responsible for planting thousands of tree seedlings on public, protected, and previously-mowed properties in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties.

Reforest NKY is an opportunity for public education and awareness about the importance of trees in our unique region. By planting trees, our forest landscape and legacy is restored. Trees and forest provide significant, measurable benefits to our communities by improving the environment, economy, and ultimately our quality of life.

Since 2007, more than 40 acres (that’s 30 football fields!) of land have been planted with native woodland trees and over 2,500 volunteers have participated in Reforest NKY. 

Register now for Reforest NKY 2021

Date: Saturday, October 23rd, 2021
Time: 9:30am - 1:00pm
Location: Sargeant Park
999 Covert Run Pike, Dayton, KY 41074

The annual volunteer event, Reforest NKY, will be partnering with Groundwork Ohio River Valley and the City of Dayton. Volunteer Shifts will be available from 9:30am-11:00am. Each shift has a maximum of 40 participants. Parking will be limited - please carpool.

Registration is open now! 

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Watch our Reforest NKY video!  

This video was made possible by Numediacy.

Our former President Crystal Courtney dives deep into what Reforest NKY means to us, our community, and our landscape.

This video was filmed in 2014 at St. Anne Convent - Sisters of Divine Providence in Campbell County, KY. Though it was raining, we had around 200 volunteers show up to plant our trees!

Be sure to join us next time for our "party for trees"!

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Thank you to our sponsors for Reforest 2020

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