At Keep It Green Landscaping, we have made Arbor Day a part of our company tradition by planting trees at local area elementary schools. A company tradition we hope to continue for years to come.

Arbor Day 2009 Willard Elementary School, Ridgewood, NJ Installation of Crimson King Maple

Arbor Day 2008 Ridge Elementary School Ridgewood, NJ Installation of a Pin Oak

Arbor Day 2007 Radburn School, Fair Lawn, NJ

How do we begin to thank you for your kindness and generosity?! The Purple Leaf Plum tree is beautiful and is a wonderful addition to our school’s landscape. The knowledge you shared with our students was priceless! You taught our students the importance of Arbor Day and our obligation to take care of our planet Earth.

I would like to send an extra special “thanks” to you for being so flexible. The actual date of our tree planting changed – and then changed again. Yet, you never gave up on us, and the eventual day of the planting was a huge success! The day was sunny and beautiful, and the students greatly enjoyed singing and reading their poetry. It was a special day for all of us.

Everyone here is grateful to you, your crew, and your company for helping to “Keep It Green” at Radburn School. We appreciate all of you efforts!
— Natalie Lacatena, Principal

Arbor Day 2006 Lyncrest School, Fair Lawn, NJ

Thank you so much for the generous donation of the Ginko Biloba tree to Lyncrest School. Your presentation was interesting and informative for the students The children enjoyed seeing the tree planted, and will enjoy watching it grow over the years. The pencils and balloons were also an added treat! The staff and I appreciate your generosity.
— Maria Corso, Principal

Arbor Day Celebration 2002 at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ

In 2002, on behalf of the New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association, Keep It Green Landscaping put together a special Arbor Day Celebration at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ with the help of fellow member company Beaumont Landscaping, Flanders, NJ. Each company sent team members to install a Ginko Biloba tree, donated by associate member The Terre Company, Clifton , NJ.

The Interpretive Center, an environmental and historical education facility, was chosen for the new planting. This location was chosen because of its direct line of site view across the Hudson River to the former site of the World Trade Center. This special tree honors all who were lost on September 11, 2001, as well as all Americans and the principles of freedom. Children, on field trips, visiting the center are told of its special meaning.