Trees 4 Tomorrow
Black Forest Fire Recovery continues
Black Forest Together (BFT) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization established by local residents to assist victims of the 2013 Black Forest Fire.
One of the objectives of the BFT Recovery Program is assisting the landowners who lost trees in replacing their trees through the development and management of the Trees 4 Tomorrow (T4T) Program.
This Program matches landowner donors with
those landowners (recipients) requesting replacement trees.
The Trees 4 Tomorrow is an innovative, green approach
transplanting healthy trees from unmitigated properties
to burn scar properties needing reforestation.
This program is a cost-effective way to expedite reforestation due to the slow growth of Ponderosa Pine. The net result is a transplanted tree already acclimated to the Black Forest at only 40-50% of what a conventionally purchased tree would cost. Expenses are limited to those related to transplanting operations.
A second objective is restoring wild life and bird habitats
that were destroyed during the fire.
** Special pricing for 2013 Black Forest Fire Victims **
Trees 4 Tomorrow & Black Forest Together remain committed
to forest recovery in the Black Forest community.
Also offering tranplanted trees to the Black Forest community.
Contact us for more information and pricing.
Someone is sitting
in the shade today
someone planted a tree
a long time ago.