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Rubin, J. 2019. How to run a plant-a-thon. Northwest Watershed Institute, Port Townsend, Washington. 55 pp.

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  • A very thorough guide for running an volunteer fundraising event to plant trees.
  • Northwest Watershed Institute has planted over 50,000 trees using these methods.

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