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This global reforestation mission helps people understand the importance of trees and gives them the ability to plant a tree in an area that needs support. Started in 2014, it has more than doubled the number of trees planted year over year and works with reforestation partners across 43 countries to help get trees in the ground. Projects restore forests after fires and floods, create jobs, build communities, and protect habitat for wildlife. In 2020, it more than doubled its 2019 impact by planting 10 million trees.
This U.S. organization was founded in 1875 with a mission is to create healthy and resilient forests, from cities to wilderness. These forests deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water, and wildlife. The organization advances its mission through forestry innovation, place-based partnerships to plant and restore forests, and movement building.
Through Tree Equity Scores, the organization evaluates the equitable distribution of tree cover in the U.S, It identifies the cities that can gain the most significant health, economic, and climate benefits by increasing tree canopy in places of high need. Americanforests.org