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    Leafwood Pledges to Plant a Tree for Every Watch Sold

    Ever since the inception of Leafwood, the founders, Giles and Terry, knew how important it was to give back to nature. By partnering with the well established non for profit American Forests.org, Leafwood proudly donates funds that help protect American Forests, as well as forests around the globe under threat from human misuse. 

    Image Source: American forest.org

    American Forests is actively involved in multiple projects around the world. In 2017, here are just a few of those projects:

    • Oakmulgee Ranger District Restoration - 87,846 trees 
    • Georgetown and Pacific Ranger Districts, Eldorado National Forest, California - 187,000 seedlings 
    • King Fire Restoration Project - 187,000 seedlings
    • High Sierra Ranger District Restoration Project - 128,500 trees 
    • Idaho Panhandle Restoration Project - 21,640 trees
    • London Ranger District, Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky, Rainbow Valley Restoration Project - 11,000 trees
    • Blackduck, Deer River and Walker Ranger Districts, Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota - 350,000 trees
    • Biloxi Black Creek Habitat Areas, Desoto National Forest, Mississippi - 100,000 seedlings 
    • Salem Ranger District, Mark Twain National Forest, Missouri - 400,000 trees 
    • Madison Ranger District, Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, Montana - 45,000 whitebark pine seedlings 
    • Sisters Ranger District, Deschutes National Forest, Oregon - 99,000 trees 
    • Francis Marion National Forest, South Carolina - 95,000 trees 
    • Watauga Ranger District, Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee - 15,800 northern red oak seedlings
    • Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Texas - 127,000 trees.
    • Mower Tract, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia - 75,000 trees 
    • Wind River Ranger District, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming - 40,000 whitebark pines

    Image Source: American forest.org

    http://www.americanforests.org/