How a Forest is Replanted

Replanting our nation’s forests is critical to the health and quality of the environment - for the wildlife, for area residents, for visitors to our national forests, and for all of us.

Forest Service experts select the areas where replanting is most critical.
Seedlings are grown in a nursery then selected for the specific areas where they’ll be planted.
Once the forest is ready, seedlings are planted, typically in the spring.
Workers work relentlessly planting trees across the landscape.
Ultimately, these collective efforts will make a difference for generations to come.

How You Can Help.

Trees to the Forest...

Help replant our nation's forests. Every dollar plants a tree.