Oct 2014 - March 2015 Mendocino National Forest

Oct 2014 to Present
If you received your tree in Between Oct 2014 and March 2015, it was planted in Mendocino National Forest in the early Spring of 2015.

 (If your gift giver didn't request CA, your tree is in Blackwater River State Forest. (Check the Name Registry to be sure of location.)

Drought and wildfire has taken a huge toll on this forest, and your tree is a native species douglas fir, ponderosa pine, or sugar pine- 876 total planted by Trees for a Change to help restore the forest to its natural glory.

Mendocino National Forest is home to many types of critters, including black-tailed deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, skunk, jackrabbits, opossum, badger, gray squirrel, ground squirrel, rattlesnakes, gopher snakes, lizards, toads, pacific tree frog, quail, wild turkey, blue grouse, golden eagle, spotted owl, goshawk, prairie falcon, peregrine falcon, bald eagle, turkey buzzard, scrub jays, woodpeckers and a variety of migratory water and song birds.

Your tree will provide new homes and food for these animals.

Please check out our photos, maps and directions below.