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Grandfather and girl planting a tree

As Marylanders, we take pride in our State and our natural world. We understand the value of stewardship and the importance of a sustainable future, and are committed to working together to create a smarter, greener State.

Planting trees is one way that everyone can contribute to our shared vision. Trees provide ecological, economic and quality of life benefits – protecting air and water quality, reducing energy costs, increasing property values and beautifying neighborhoods and highways.

We launched Marylanders Plant Trees in 2009 to encourage citizens and organizations to partner with the State to plant new trees. Today, citizens can still take advantage of our coupon program to receive $25 off the purchase of a native tree at 86 participating nurseries across the State. The State cost of $20 per coupon is funded through a settlement from a major power generator for Clean Air Act violations, in partnership with the Office of the Attorney General, and Maryland’s participating tree vendors are generously absorbing the remaining $5.

Backyard Buffer

Backyard Buffers

“A Landscape That Will Make A Difference”

This program is designed to assist homeowners who have a stream or other waterway on or adjacent to their property to create a streamside buffer of native trees and shrubs.

Get a Coupon for $25 off the purchase of a new tree

Step 1: Get a coupon worth $25 off the purchase of one new tree from a participating nursery with a retail value of $50. 


Find a Participating Nursery

Step 2: Find a participating nursery in your area. Only MPT Nurseries will accept and honor $25 tree coupons.

 Step 3: Register your tree. Planting a tree is one way that everyone can contribute ot our shared vision of a cleaner greener Maryland. Help us plant 150,000 new trees in Maryland.

We have planted 115,817 Trees.

Governor's Office

Can’t Plant a Tree?

Choose a Gift of Trees through the TREEMENDOUS Maryland Program. These trees can be planted on Maryland’s public lands and open spaces. Trees can be planted in honor or memory of friends or family members or for special occasions.

Learn More About Trees

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forest Service restores, manages and protects Maryland’s trees forests and forested ecosystems. Sustaining our natural resources and connecting people to the land.