Planting Trees in Louisiana

Mississippi Alluvial Valley Reforestation


The Mississippi Delta was once a 24-million-acre expanse of forested wetland. Today only 4.4 million forested acres remain, mostly in small patches, leading to water quality and habitat issues. Forest restoration efforts are underway that will provide critical habitat connectivity for threatened and endangered species and protect the quality of waterways within the delta.


P.O. Box 1548
Pittsboro, NC 27312