578 Trees Planted in Plumas National Forest

17 June, 2009

Our Tree Gift trees given between December 2008 and March 2009 were just planted last month in Plumas National Forest in Northern California.
The trees were Ponderosa pine, Sugar pine, Jeffrey pine, Douglas fir, Incense cedar,  White fir, and Red fir, and were planted to restore 22,000 acres of forest devastated by the Antelope Complex  fire of 2007.
See Forest Service MAP
See Forest Service PHOTOS
At 100 years old, the average of these trees  will be 96 feet tall and 18 inches is diameter, and will provide food and shelter for several species of animals and birds.
Please check our our website later this summer for more photos.
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