Together, We’re Replanting Our Nation’s Forests 2014 Update
For more than 20 years, the Arbor Day Foundation has been helping replant our Nation’s Forests. In fact, we’ve helped plant over 42 million trees in forests that have been damaged by fire, insects, and disease. 2014 is no exception. Here are a few examples of how the contributions of our members and supporters are making a positive impact on our world this year. There are many more.
Josephine and Douglas Counties are a beautiful forest setting in southwestern Oregon.
This site contains the largest number of rare, threatened and endangered species among all state owned lands in Georgia. The goal of this spectacular wildlife management area is to manage and restore the land back to its natural state.
The stunning 1.8 million acre Gallatin National Forest is a vital component of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, as it is the largest intact ecosystem in the continental U.S.
The forest is home to the Caribou Wilderness, Ishi Wilderness, Thousand Lakes Wilderness, and the Almanor Ranger District which hosts 66 miles of the famous Pacific Coast Trail. Recreational opportunities exist around every corner and are available twelve months out of the year at Lassen National Forest.
Modoc National Forest spans 1,979,407 acres of northern California and includes elevation changes from 4,300 feet to 9,934 feet above sea level.
Naneum Ridge State Forest is a 71,000 acre oasis of the central Cascade Mountains and also home to one of the largest elk herds in the state of Washington.
The National Forest is a rare mix of ponderosa pine trees and native mixed prairie grasses within the Nebraska Sandhills and parts of South Dakota.
Spanning three million acres in central and southeast Colorado, Pike & San Isabel National Forests offer visitors a diverse landscape -- from short grass prairies to alpine tundra.
The beautiful St. Croix State Forest is nationally recognized as one of the gateways to the St. Croix State Canoe Route.
You can help repair damage to wildlife habitats. Read about our efforts in each and restore the awe-inspiring beauty of our state and national forests.