Striving for Sustainability at Cedar Springs High School

May 11, 2024


Order a sapling by April 3, 2024 to help offset Cedar Springs High School 's energy consumption

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A Message from Our Team

Cedar Springs High School's Eco Club is hosting a community-wide tree planting event to offset the school's annual energy consumption/carbon footprint. Our goal is to plant 1615 saplings around Cedar Springs, which is the calculated offset trees would perform toward the amount of carbon our school emitted from electricity and gas last year. Our event will be held on May 11, 2024. Residents can support our mission by ordering saplings for $5 or signing up to help plant the saplings in residents' yards on the day of the event. Residents can choose from Colorado Spruce, Sycamore, and Sugar Maple saplings. Club members chose these 3 tree species after researching their longevity and hardiness to serve our community with the most efficiency. We look forward to partnering with YOU to make Cedar Springs more sustainable!

Our Goal




tons of carbon replaced

How to Participate

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Order a sapling to be planted in your yard by volunteers or picked up on May 11, 2024.

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Volunteer to plant saplings around your community on May 11, 2024.

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Our 3 Trees

American Sycamore

American Sycamore

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Colorado Spruce

Colorado Spruce

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Sugar Maple

Sugar Maple

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Sapling Information

Saplings will come as bareroot saplings. This means they are dormant until they are planted and typically bloom 4-6 weeks after being planted. Here is an example of what bareroot saplings look like.

For more information about the saplings and for resources about how to plant and care for them, visit the Tree-Plenish Resource page.

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Note: actual size of sapling varies by species and is listed on the order form

Meet The Team

Contact us with any questions!

Tiana Tubbs

Tiana is involved in many Eco Club objectives, serving on 4 club committees. She has been a brain-stormer for our eco-causes! Tiana enjoys making jewelry and perler beads. She aspires to study the arts and history. Pollution reduction and habitat provision for wildlife are the tree benefits she most values.

Phoenix Spitler

Phoenix takes nature seriously and cares about our eco-responsiblity. He has acted in school plays, is in the D & D club and has wrapped his arms around Michigan's Giant Sequoia tree. Phoenix is invested in eco-education and working with tree propagations --- both to improve the planet!

Logan Redes

Logan is one of our Eco Club's Green Schools achievement monitors, and sees community tree planting as a deposit into a healthier Cedar Springs. He is very community minded, fund-raising for youth sports, and he loves baseball.

Ryen McDermott

Ryen loves music and playing instruments. She plays trumpet, French horn, piano, guitar, and ukulele. She also enjoys hiking and listening to the animals whenever she gets the chance to read outside. Ryen wants to make a difference with this tree planting project!

Kyla Tubbs

Kyla aspires to be a writer and have flower and fruit gardens. She is investing in web and PR media for our Eco Club. She likes to do puzzles and color. Kyla values what trees do to improve the quality of the air!

Our Sponsors

Nate Silagi

Mike Duffy

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