"Log On" Virtual Run

Mon June 1 - Sun June 14, 2020 Greenville, SC US 29607
Go Green Plant Promote Protect

Sapling Tree 5k

$5 Registration ends June 14, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Spruce Tree 10k

$5 Registration ends June 14, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Tall Oak Half Marathon

$5 Registration ends June 14, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT
Shirt & Medal Option Deadline is June 1st

Shirt & Medal Option Deadline is June 1st



We are going Paperless with this Eco-Friendly virtual run! Instead of wasting paper we will plant, protect, and promote some core values of Trees Upstate. All of our race registration fees and donations will go directly to Trees Upstate


Legacy Tree Project: Legacy Tree Project When there is enough root space and overhead space, we plant medium to large Legacy Trees.  Legacy Trees are canopy trees, such as many oaks and maples, that can live 100+ years if properly planted and maintained.


ReLEAF NeighborWoods: ReLEAF is our community tree planting initiative.  We plant on private and public property.  Any neighborhood in and around Greenville County can apply to partner with TreesUpstate on a planting in your community.


Tree Keepers: Tree Keepers was started in Greenville County as a state model to teach best management practices. Sponsored by TreesUpstate, Clemson Cooperative Extension and Trees SC, this is now a state-wide program designed specifically for tree care professionals to further the health and vitality of our urban forest.


ALL Donations and Registration Fees go directly to the Trees Upstate to continue their efforts in planting, promoting, and growing a community of conservationist. 


Virtual Race Options

  • Sapling Tree 5k

  • Spruce Tree 10k

  • Tall Oak 13.1

How does it work? 
  • Register for this race
  • Get Social (Optional But Fun!)
    • This is a virtual race therefore you can run it wherever you want
    • You have 2 weeks to complete the distance Starting June 1st through June 14th
    • The Distance MUST be covered in one fitness activity!
      • Walking is awesome! We love walkers
      • Running is awesome! We love Racers!
    • Once you complete the distance please complete the Google Form: GOOGLE FORM
    • Once we tally the results on June 14th we will post them to this page in the Results Tab
    • Shirts and Medals can be picked up at New Balance Greenville on Woodruff road during business hours. If you would like to have the medal and shirt shipped to you please select the shipping option in the registration process. All items will be shipped after the event on Monday June 15th and will be available for pickup at New Balance Greenville on Tuesday June 16th
We will recognize AWARD DIVISIONS
Overall Top 3 males and females
Top 3 Age Group M&F divisions
  • 0 - 9
  • 10 - 14
  • 15 - 19
  • 20-29
  • 30-34
  • 35-39
  • 40-44
  • 45-49
  • 50-54
  • 55-59
  • 60-64
  • 65-69
  • 70+
1. What did the tree do when the bank closed?
It started its own branch.
2. How do trees get online?
They just log in.
3. How do you properly identify a dogwood tree?
By the bark!
4. What did the single tree say to the tree who stood her up?
You should have put a ring on it.
5. What type of tree fits in your hand?
A palm tree.
6. What’s a tree’s favorite dating app?
7. Why did the tree need to take a nap?
For rest.
8. Why was the weeping willow so sad?
It watched a sappy movie.
9. Why do you never want to invite a tree to your party?
Because they never leaf when you want them to.
10. Why couldn’t the evergreen ever land a date?
It was so busy pining after unavailable trees that it never really branched out.
11. How do you know when a tree doesn’t know the answer to something?
It shrubs.
12. Why was the tree stumped?
It couldn’t get to the root of the problem.
13. How do you know when a tree has had too much to drink?
It won’t stop trunk texting their ax.
15. What is a pine tree’s favorite radio station?
Anything that plays the poplar hits.
16. How does a coniferous tree get ready for a date?
They spruce themselves up.
17. Where do saplings go to learn?
Elementree school.
18. Why couldn’t the fig tree get back in shape?
It couldn’t stick to a root-ine.
19. What’s the best way to make a tree laugh?
Tell it acorn-y joke.
20. How did the tree get lost?
It took the wrong root.
21. Why did the Chesnut tree feel left out?
It never got in on the oak.
22. What is a tree’s least favorite month?
23. What is a tree’s favorite school subject?
24. How did the elm tree know the fig tree wasn’t looking for anything serious?
It asked for no twigs attached.
25. What is a pine tree’s favorite singer?
Spruce Springsteen.
100 South Main Street
Greenville, SC US 29607
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