Restoring 5,000 Trees to Our National Forests

Together We Planted It Forward

March 2017 marked the successful end of our campaign to plant 5,000 trees.  In partnership with our clients and the National Forest Foundation, Four Seasons Tree Care pledged a part of every job we performed from April 2016 to March 2017 towards the planting of trees. We called the campaign Plant it Forward.

Four Seasons Tree Care has always given back to the community through donations of time and funds to a variety of non-profit and charitable groups, but we wanted to do something that would connect on a profound level with our clients and our area of expertise. Every Californian is aware of the incredible number of trees lost to drought, bark beetle and wildfire in recent years. The National Forest Foundation’s Trees for US program, which matches corporate donors with replanting efforts in national forests across the country, seemed like the perfect fit for us.  TreesForUS.logo.RGB

Nearly two million acres of National Forest are in urgent need of reforestation as the result of fire, pests, or disease. The U.S. Forest Service isn’t required to replant trees in areas affected by natural disasters and they don’t receive funding to do so. Instead, they partner with companies and private citizens to raise the money needed to restore these areas. This spring, the National Forest Foundation will plant our 5,000 trees in Oregon’s Ochoco National Forest in areas decimated by wildfire.

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At the campaign’s end, clients that contributed 100 or more trees will be recognized with a special badge.