Plant Trees for Forest Fire Recovery
Reforestation is one of the best ways to restore lands that have been degraded by forest fires. Plant trees in British Columbia, Alberta, and more to help restore what has been lost.
With your help, we will:
- Reforest lands damaged by record-setting fires
- Support habitat for iconic biodiversity
- Create a positive impact for generations to come
Year after year, forest fires grow in intensity as climate change continues to provide the perfect conditions for these fires to flourish. The good news is, reforestation can help restore these lands. Around the world, we’re planting trees in areas that have been severely affected by forest fires and aren't able to recover a healthy ecosystem on their own. These trees will be planted in places like British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Mexico, Bhutan, and more to help support habitats, reforest lands, and create a positive impact for generations to come. Help restore these vital ecosystems by planting a tree
Forest fires are increasing in size and severity, damaging vital ecosystems and creating a need for millions of trees. With so much fire damage, reforestation is essential to catalyze the environmental recovery process. The trees are carefully planted to prevent invasive species from colonizing burn scars and restore quality habitat for native biodiversity. Let's get to work! 🌲
To maximize the impact of your donation, our partners on the ground will determine the most appropriate species of tree and shrubs. We only plant native tree species that will restore the local ecosystem, re-establish wildlife habitat, and reduce the likelihood of future fires.