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Commitment To Replant Our ‘Treasured Legacy’


Last year alone, the Arbor Day Foundation planted over six million trees in forests.

Dailycsr.com – 26 January 2019 – Forests form part of global “treasured legacy” which are essential lifelines that provide “clean” drinking water and air besides creating a healthy climate for us to live in, while there are numerable gifts and benefits that forests of the world provide for us.
Nevertheless, these essential lands often fall prey to wildfires, diseases and insect attacks, while the dedicated members at “Arbor Day Foundation” along with its “corporate sponsors, and partners” still continue to carry on the needful work of replanting. In the last one year’s time, the Foundation has planted over “6.7 million trees in forests” in collaboration with “the U.S. Forest Service, the National Association of State Foresters, and international partners”, while its impact reach far and wide.
Through many of its projects, Arbor Day Foundation focuses on the maintenance and improvement of the water quality. Creating healthy watershed plays a key role in ensuring “healthy waterways”, while the trees plays “a big contributing factor” in this attempt.
In the words of the Arbor Day Foundation:
“Our replanting efforts in the Catskill Mountains of New York, the Chesapeake Bay watershed area in Pennsylvania, and the Willamette Basin in Oregon are just a few of the projects that are improving the health of our river systems”.
For availing the entire “Arbor Day Foundation 2018 Annual Report”: