This map indicates the National Forests where we are currently having trees planted. The forests are
subject to change without notice, as reforestation programs may be opened or closed at any time.

 

** Forest selection for your gift will be made on the order form **

 

current locations June 30 2014Why only 2 planting locations?

The Trees Remember tries to bring you as many programs as we can, but to our knowledge, there are not enough federal or state tree planting programs going on at any point in time to provide opportunities to plant in all 50 states.  We will only list forests with bona fide tree planting programs, not just “general upkeep” programs, which can mean simple erosion control or building hiking trails.   Other programs may list a lot of locations, but they can’t tell you exactly where your gift will benefit.  We believe you would prefer to choose, and we also try to provide a little background on each forest we are currently planting in as well, so you know WHY we are having trees planted in these locations. 

 

 Previous Planting Locations

The Trees Remember has helped people plant tens of thousands of trees in such locations as:

Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Plumas National Forest
Gallatin National Forest
Superior National Forest
Blackwater River State Forest
Seminole National Forest

Forest Information Links