Here’s something your family can do:
Honor Earth Day, Give Trees for Wildlife
Earth Day is almost here. Get hands-on to help wildlife—while showing politicians you care about addressing climate change—by giving to plant a native tree.
Or better yet, five trees. Or ten!
For every $10 you give today, a native tree will be planted to help wildlife survive and thrive—and you’ll help press leaders to take strong action on climate.
One of the most direct ways to improve our environment and help struggling species is to plant native trees. Trees absorb carbon dioxide—one of the key contributors to climate change—and other pollutant particulates, then store the carbon and release pure oxygen into the atmosphere. And they do this for decades, long after we’re gone.
Trees also lower air temperatures, help conserve energy, and provide wildlife with needed cover, nesting, and food.
Your donation today does even more than put native trees into the ground. Part of your gift will help us fight back against attempts to rollback climate and environmental programs that protect wildlife—and people—from pollution and severe weather events like drought and damaging storms from rising temperatures.
Give $10 to plant a tree, help the climate, and leave a conservation legacy for wildlife.
Our goal this year is to plant 50,000 trees while sending a strong message to the President and Congress that Americans do care about the environment—and that together, we will do our part to improve our communities and wildlife habitats.