Dominion’s Project Plant It! now online

Published 2:54 pm Thursday, February 4, 2016

Enrollment for Project Plant It!, the free environmental education program created by Dominion Resources, is now open to more elementary-aged children, including school students, scouts or others, across the regions served by the company. A hallmark of the program is the distribution of free redbud tree seedlings in honor of Arbor Day.

Those interested in participating can register by going to and clicking on “register now” from the home page. If the zip code is confirmed as being in an eligible area, they can request up to 25 free redbud tree seedlings. Seedlings will be shipped to arrive in time for Arbor Day (April 29). The deadline to register is Friday, Feb. 19.

“Project Plant It! is spreading its roots into hundreds of new localities to celebrate this program’s tenth anniversary,” manager of corporate public relations for Dominion Irene Cimino Roberts said. “Project Plant It! is one of the many ways that Dominion seeks to partner with the communities we serve. Thanks to our streamlined registration process, we are providing a variety of free educational resources and tree seedlings to thousands of children — many of whom have never participated in this program until now.”

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The website also features about 12 lesson plans that support third-grade learning standards for math, science, language arts and social studies. All of the lesson plans can be downloaded at no charge from the website. In addition, the website includes interactive games and instructional videos about trees, along with a variety of outdoor activities that families can enjoy with their children.

Since 2007, more than 300,000 tree seedlings have been distributed to students. For information email