Planting trees in Stanislaus National Forest
In 2013, the Rim Fire tore through the rugged canyons of Stanislaus National Forest within California’s Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Over 257,000 acres of land were destroyed in this wildfire, devastating the region. It was caused by a hunter’s fire—built illegally in the forest—that caught the wind and became uncontrollable.
It’s the goal of Grand Circle Foundation to raise over $10,000—which will be matched up to $10,000 by the Lewis Family Conservation Foundation—to help rebuild Stanislaus National Forest. There, we’ll work with the National Forest Foundation to plant 30,000 Ponderosa pine and incense cedar seedlings in the affected area.
We hope to truly make an impact in conserving our planet, and will be celebrating Arbor Day by planting trees in California. Let us assume humanity’s sacred responsibility to take care of the earth, and pass it along to those to follow. We all have a legacy—let this be ours.
To help support these conservation efforts in California, you can make a donation to the Grand Circle Foundation.Make a Donation