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Social Media Toolkit


Thank you for being part of the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership! To help get the word out about this exciting initiative, we've put together some sample tweets and Facebook/Instagram posts below. For those that have social media accounts, we'd love your help spreading the news about the partnership. Whenever possible please use the hashtag #Keystone10MTrees—our social posts will have even greater impact when we're rallying around a single hashtag and message. We're also including some imagery and graphics that we encourage you to use in your posts. See the downloads section at the bottom of the page. Please feel free to reach out with any questions: web_411@cbf.org.


Hashtag

#Keystone10MTrees


Link

www.TenMillionTrees.org


Sample Tweets

  • Today [_your organization's name here_] along with 35 other organizations announced the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership. Together, and with community support, we're going to plant 10 million trees in Pennsylvania by 2025! #Keystone10MTrees www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • The #Keystone10MTrees Partnership is planting 10 million trees in #Pennsylvania by 2025, find out how trees improve water quality in Pennsylvania and the Chesapeake Bay! www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • DYK: Pennsylvania has the most miles of rivers and streams of any state besides Alaska? Trees filter #pollutedrunoff before it reaches those streams & #Keystone10MTrees Partnership is planting 10 million trees in Pennsylvania by 2025. www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • We've joined the #Keystone10MTrees Partnership and are committed to helping plant 10 million trees in Pennsylvania by 2025. This will result in 43,000 pounds of phosphorus & 22.2 million pounds of sediment reductions! www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • Trees filter water, stabilize river banks, lower the temperature of the rivers and streams creating better habitat, and the list goes on. In short, clean water grows on trees. #Keystone10MTrees www.TenMillionTrees.org


Sample Facebook Posts

  • DYK: Pennsylvania has the most miles of rivers and streams of any state besides Alaska? Trees filter polluted runoff before it reaches those streams. The #Keystone10MTrees Partnership is planting 10 million trees in Pennsylvania by 2025 to improve the water quality in our rivers and streams. www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • DYK: Roughly 19,000 miles of rivers and streams in #Pennsylvania are damaged by pollution and the Commonwealth is significantly behind in meeting its Clean Water Blueprint goals. That's why [_your organization's name here_] and 35 other organizations have joined forces in the #Keystone10MTrees Partnership. We are going to plant 10 million trees in Pennsylvania to get us back on track and to help improve human, stream, and economic health in Pennsylvania! Find out more: www.TenMillionTrees.org

  • BREAKING: We are excited to announce the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership. [_your organization's name here_] has joined forces with 35 other partner organizations, and together we will plant 10 million—that's right, 10 MILLION—trees in Pennsylvania by 2025. Roughly 19,000 miles of rivers and streams in #Pennsylvania are damaged by pollution. But we can fix that with trees. Trees filter water, stabilize river banks, lower the temperature of the rivers and streams creating better habitat, and the list goes on. In short, clean water grows on trees. #Keystone10MTrees www.TenMillionTrees.org


Sample Instagram Posts

BREAKING: Today, [_your organization's name here_], along with 35 other partner groups, announced the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership. With a goal of planting 10 million water-filtering trees in Pennsylvania by 2025, this partnership is striving to ensure Pennsylvania meets its pollution-reduction requirements for Pennsylvania's Clean Water Blueprint. Planting trees is an effective and ecologically friendly way to clean water. See the link in our bio. for more info!
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#Keystone10MTrees


For organizations with an Instagram account, we suggest temporarily changing the bio. URL to: www.TenMillionTrees.org



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