About the Project

Tree ordering for 2018 is closed
Due to the tremendous response to Community Roots, we exhausted our allotment of free trees for both spring and fall planting next year and are no longer taking orders for 2018.
We will announce details early next year for ordering trees for 2019.

Community Roots is one way PPL Electric Utilities is taking action to improve the communities it serves. And we’re doing it with trees.

How will it work?

Local governments and environmentally-focused groups can visit pplcommunityroots.com to order free trees. Plus, schools can also order trees for their fourth-grade students.

Trees have many benefits, including helping to reduce air pollution. In addition, they provide much-needed shade in parks and other green spaces and beautify our neighborhoods.

Though trees given to elementary school students will likely be planted on private property, individual private property owners may not request trees from Community Roots.

Who can participate in this program

  • Country and Local Governments
  • Environmentally-focused Groups
  • Schools (4th Grade)

Cost

Schools and other qualifying groups can visit www.pplcommunityroots.com and use the online ordering tool to place their tree order. There is no cost to receive the trees, which will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. When a year’s quantity of trees is claimed, requesters still looking for trees can opt for a future year.

Trees will generally be available for spring and fall planting each year and orders must be placed by the listed seasonal deadlines.

Penn E&R, an environmental consultant, is assisting PPL with Community Roots.