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The Ohio Grove is part of The Grove, a website and online community created to engage and encourage citizens to plant trees and protect the urban tree canopy. The Ohio Grove is sponsored by the Johnny Appleseed Society.

 

Why Join the Grove?

Inside The Grove, you have the ability to set up a profile, create photo “groves” of trees you planted to commemorate special events, and join events that create change in your community. Make sure you join the Ohio group once you create your profile.

 

 

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Donate to the Johnny Appleseed Society

Contributions to the Johnny Appleseed Society support the tree legacy program of repopulating John Chapman’s (Johnny Appleseed) original apple nurseries and orchards with scions from a Rambo apple tree he planted.  Donations also support tree legacy plantings throughout Ohio.


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About the Johnny Appleseed Society

Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR)The Johnny Appleseed Society supports the Johnny Appleseed program at Urbana University and the Johnny Appleseed Educational Center and Museum. The Society promotes the ideals by which Johnny Appleseed lived and memorializes the many roles he played in the development of the Northwest Territory. The Center holds the largest collection of memorabilia and written information about the life of John “Appleseed” Chapman known to exist in the world. The collection is used for research by Appleseed scholars and also serves as a clearinghouse of information.

 

 

For more information, visit http://appleseed.urbana.edu

 

Johnny Appleseed Society at Urbana University
579 College Way
Urbana, Ohio, 43078
937-484-1303
www.urbana.edu

 




 


About the Johnny Appleseed Education Center & Museum

The Johnny Appleseed Educational Center & Museum at Urbana University showcases the largest collection of memorabilia and written information about the life of John "Appleseed" Chapman, a New Englander missionary in 1790. Sponsored by the Johnny Appleseed Society, the Educational Center & Museum seeks to promote the ideals by which Johnny Appleseed lived and to memorialize the many roles he played in the development of the Northwest Territory.
 
The Johnny Appleseed Educational Center & Museum is open to the public five days a week, by appointment, for individual and group tours. Volunteers from Urbana University and the Johnny Appleseed Society serve as your tour guides through Johnny's world of faith and apple seeds. Urbana University is also affiliated with American Forests. 
 
Johnny Appleseed Education Center
579 College Way
Urbana, Ohio, 43078
937-484-1368
http://appleseed.urbana.edu