join the Friends of Anderson Park in rehabilitating the historic Olmsted landscape
design. Contributions can be made toward planting shrubs and trees, and toward
our nomination to the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
Donors can also fund a Dedication Tree as a memorial or in honor of a special
occasion. More information about Dedication Trees is on this Web page. For further
questions, contact Scott Kevelson at
or (973) 495-9056.
Donations may be sent to:
Friends of Anderson Park
P.O. Box 43712
Montclair, NJ 07043
I would like to help Anderson Park grow by contributing:
___ $ 25 (Acorn)
___ $ 50 (Sapling)
___ $100 (Taproot)
___ Memorial or Celebration Tree
(varies from $250 to $450, depending on species and size)
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|Photo © Scot Surbeck|
Planting a tree creates an enduring legacy: many of the stately species in Anderson
Park are more than a century old. A commemorative tree can serve as a memorial;
it can celebrate a milestone birthday or a special anniversary; it can honor
an achievement or event, such as a birth, graduation or wedding; and it can
be a Valentine's Day gift more lasting than chocolate and roses. And while a
tree bestows a personal honor, it is also a gift to the community and the environment.
Dedication Tree donors may choose from locations and species that reflect Anderson
Park's historic 1903 Olmsted Brothers landscape design. Numerous species are
available, from mighty pin oaks to flowering redbuds.
We plant trees with a trunk of at least two-and-a-half inches in diameter and
with a height of at least several feet because seedlings tend to get inadvertently
mowed over. A Dedication Tree costs between $250 and $450, depending on its
size and species. This price includes the labor to plant these sizeable trees.
(Shrubbery may also be donated and dedicated at a lesser cost.) Donors are welcome
to participate on planting day.
Donors or an honored recipient receive a Dedication Portfolio, which includes
a personalized certificate suitable for framing, a map showing the location
of the tree within the park, and horticultural details about the chosen species.
For more information, contact Scott Kevelson at firstname.lastname@example.org