Donation: Tribute Tree with eCertificate


With a $100 donation, a tree will be planted in honor or memory of the person you designate. This program offers a unique opportunity to honor loved ones while supporting Glacier’s Native Plant Restoration Program. With your Trees of Remembrance donation, the you will receive a beautiful e-certificate acknowledging your gift in their honor. By supporting the tribute tree fund, not only are you giving a priceless gift to your loved one, you are also ensuring that one of the world’s most intact ecosystems remains for future generations.


You certificate will be delivered over email, so this is a great gift even after our shipping deadline! Certificate information will arrive in your email shortly after your order is placed.


Tribute Tree FAQ:

Can I choose the planting location of my tree?

Areas with the highest restoration need as determined by park biologists will be prioritized for planting. Planting areas may include St. Mary Valley, Many Glacier Valley, McDonald Valley, or North Fork Valley.

What kind of tree will be planted?

The type of tree will be determined by what is native to the region and elevation. Visit the park’s website to learn more about Glacier National Park native tree species.

When will my tree be planted?  

Trees are typically planted in the fall to ensure the highest rate of survival. Planting in the fall gives trees adequate time to get established in their new location before enduring the hot temperatures that can occur during the summer months.

Can I mark my tree with a sign, photo or plaque?

Ecological concerns and park regulations do not allow markers or memorials.