Together, We’re Replanting Our Nation’s Forests 2015 Update

For more than 25 years, the Arbor Day Foundation has been helping replant our nation’s forests. In fact, we’ve helped plant more than 48 million trees in forests that have been damaged by fire, insects, and disease. 2015 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.


Au Sable State Forest Au Sable State Forest

The Au Sable State Forest is a treasured landscape found in the beautiful setting of northern Michigan.

The Clarion County Forests The Clarion County Forests

The Appalachian region is home to some of the most diverse temperate forest land in the world, but past mining activities have left thousands of acres devoid of trees and suffering from compacted soils.

Clemmons Educational State Forest Clemmons Educational State Forest

Johnston County is home to the first educational state forest in North Carolina.

The Flint Creek Timberlands The Flint Creek Timberlands

The Flint Creek timberlands are located 35 miles north of the Mississippi gulf coast and border the heavily visited water park in Wiggins, Mississippi.

Indian Lake State Forest Indian Lake State Forest

Marion County, Florida, is the setting for a 4,400-acre property that was recently protected through the Florida Forever Program.

The Tahoe Region The Tahoe Region

The Lake Tahoe Basin is a picturesque Sierra Nevada location that straddles the Nevada-California state line.

Malheur National Forest Malheur National Forest

This eastern Oregon gem is home to the Malheur River and Monument Rock and Strawberry Mountain Wilderness Areas.

Medicine Bow National Forest Medicine Bow National Forest

The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland cover a vast expanse of land from northern Colorado all the way to northeastern Wyoming.

Santa Fe National Forest Santa Fe National Forest

The Santa Fe National Forest is home to four wilderness areas which provide opportunities for fishing, hiking, hunting, biking and so much more.

The James W. Webb Wildlife Center The James W. Webb Wildlife Center

Webb Wildlife Center has also been designated as an "Important Bird Area" because of its variety of habitats and bird species.

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.