This map indicates the National Forests where we are currently having trees planted in. 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 **
What are Tree Recovery Programs?
Tree Recovery Programs are replanting efforts which take place within communities and their surrounding regions hit hard by natural catastrophes, as opposed to within National Forests. Coordinated with state forest agencies, civic groups and individual citizens, tens of thousands of trees are being replaced in areas where massive fires or huge storms have wiped out forest coverage or urban tree canopies. Trees may be planted on private lands, as well as public, in an effort to replace the trees that existed before the devastation occurred.
ALABAMA – 2010 – Hundreds of tornadoes unleashed destruction on Northern Alabama
NEW JERSEY – 2012 – Super Storm Sandy devastated forests of New Jersey and neighboring states.
COLORADO – 2012 -Multiple fires burned over 100,000 acres.
KENTUCKY – 2012 – 19 tornadoes ripped through numerous cities, towns and surrounding areas.
Previous Planting Locations
The Trees Remember has helped people plant over 70,000 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