Join NASCAR Race to Green

by planting a tree in an area of devastation across the US

With the support of the Arbor Day Foundation, five areas of recovery have been identified and are waiting for your support in reforesting.

Make a difference today by joining NASCAR Race to Green  and
planting a tree.

Using the map, select a disaster area in need
Select how many trees you’d like to plant
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Millions of residents of and visitors to Central Texas enjoy camping, hiking, and other recreation activities in Bastrop State Park. The Park suffered a devastating loss in the summer of 2011 when destructive wildfires burned 95% of its land. Help replant trees in Central Texas where millions of trees, including a significant portion of the historic Lost Pines Forest, are desperately needed.

Click to plant a tree in the Southwest




In late October, 2012, communities up and down the Atlantic Coast experienced heavy rains, damaging winds, and an unprecedented storm surge, leaving significant damage across 24 states. Millions of trees in these communities were damaged or destroyed. Help replant trees in the backyards, parks, and neighborhoods of regions impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

Click to plant a tree in the Northeast


Help families replant lost trees and restore the natural environment of Kentucky in the aftermath of the 2012 tornadoes.

Click to plant a tree in the Southeast


California’s forests play a critical role in providing clean, safe drinking water for millions of Americans. Unfortunately, these forests have been devastated by wildfires, threatening the health and availability of this vital resource. Help replant trees in California to restore our national forest treasures that provide clean water for America.

Click to plant a tree in the West


Help replant trees in Michigan where 21,000 acres of forestland were burned in the devastating Duck Lake Fire of 2012.

Click to plant a tree in the Midwest

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Race to Green

As racing season shifts gears into April, a month nationally associated with environmental awareness, NASCAR is launching its second annual NASCAR Race to Green program further bolstering the sustainability efforts the sanctioning body, industry, and a wide range of partners have in place to help reduce the sport’s carbon footprint.

NASCAR Race to Green will galvanize teams, tracks, drivers, Official NASCAR Partners, and most importantly fans, around the theme of protecting and preserving our environment. The NASCAR Green Clean Air Tree Planting Program Delivered by UPS will plant trees to absorb carbon emissions equivalent to all of the racing in NASCAR’s series for the entire season, the national tree planting effort with the support of the Arbor Day Foundation will continue planting trees in areas of disaster across the U.S. and with the new social hub component to Race to Green fans will be able to share how they are supporting the environment by using #NASCARGreen.