120 Tiny Trees Planted for Forest Fire Recovery
The 2020 forest fire season in California, Oregon, and Washington state has been extreme. An impactful way to help the affected area directly is by planting a tree. Reforestation is one of the best ways to create a healthy environment after a disturbance like a fire, in which the soil and surrounding landscape are significantly damaged. We plant trees in a variety of different locations affected by the fires in North America. The allocation of these donation dollars will shift based on where forest fires occur and where funding is most needed. We only plant local native tree species, and reforestation is begun after professional assessments are made to determine where human intervention would be most ecologically beneficial due to a lack of natural regeneration.