To protect and restore Pennsylvania's waterways, the Keystone state needs to plant more trees. And with the Keystone Tree Fund bills, Senate Bill 108 and House Bill 374, now in the Senate, Pennsylvanians can choose to help save PA waters.
These bills would create a voluntary $3 check-off box on Pennsylvania's driver's license and vehicle registration applications. The voluntary donations collected would be use to buy, plant, and maintain more trees across the Commonwealth. Trees filter and absorb polluted runoff, keep streams cool and clean, provide
wildlife habitat, and stabilize streambanks, among many other benefits.
No other practice does so much for so little.
Take action now to urge your state senator to support the Keystone Tree Fund bills to plant more trees throughout Pennsylvania.
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Please Support Keystone Tree Fund Bills - Senate Bill 108 and House Bill 374