California - Moonlight Fire Replanting
United States, California started 2019 Active Restoration
In 2007, the Moonlight Fire burned through 65,000 acres of the Plumas National Forest, damaging important watersheds and destroying an area popular with outdoor recreationists. This project is part of a larger reforestation effort to restore nearly 13,000 acres of National Forest over the next few years. This year our planting partners were able to restore 817 acres, which will help provide clean water for communities, create valuable habitat for animals, and support climate stability.
One Tree Planted