REGIONS WHERE YOUR TREE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
BRING THE COUNTRY BACK, ONE TREE AT A TIME. Jeopardized habitats. Impacted watersheds. And hundreds of thousands of acres of rich, natural beauty destroyed. It doesn’t always take a wildfire; invasive species and over development have taken their toll on areas once carpeted with forest. But in a region near you, renewal is taking place. In partnership with the National Forest Foundation, you can plant a tree in a critically affected area.
Help restore animal habitats and the watershed of 137,000 acres in the Pike National Forest devastated by the Hayman Fire.
Help renew hundreds of trails, campgrounds, and habitats destroyed in the 161,000-acre Station Fire that ravaged the Angeles National Forest.
Bring 100 songbirds home as they and other species find restored habitats amid the unique ecosystem of the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie, just outside Chicago.
Help bring pure water back to over 1 million New Jersey residents by targeted reforesting of native trees on converted agricultural land.
By planting a longleaf pine in Ocala National Forest, you’ll help resurrect one of the great forests of the South and provide native habitat for wildlife.
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