We are fortunate to be partnered with two outstanding organizations, one from the United States and another in Canada. They have provided us with an expansive network of forestry professionals, a wealth of environmental sustainability knowledge, and of course access to the memorial trees themselves.
Canadian Institute of Forestry
The Canadian Institute of Forestry - Institut Forestier du Canada is the voice of forest practitioners. Formed in 1908, the vision of the Institute is to inspire confidence and pride in Canadian forestry—nationally and internationally. The mission is to provide national leadership in forestry, promote competency in forest professionals, and foster public awareness of Canadian and international forestry issues. Visit their website to learn more about what they do and consider a donation or membership to our partner's forestry organization to support sustainable management and help make our world a better place.Go to website
American Forests protects and restores urban and wildland forests. Founded in 1875, the first national nonprofit conservation organization in the United States has served as a catalyst for many key milestones in the conservation movement, including the founding of the U.S. Forest Service, the national forest and national park systems as well as leading literally thousands of forest ecosystem restoration projects and public education efforts. Working in forests in all 50 states and in 45 countries, American Forests planted its 50 millionth tree last year. The impact has resulted in cleaner air and drinking water, restored habitat for wildlife and fish, and the removal of millions of tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Visit their website to learn more about what they do and consider a donation or membership to our partner's forestry organization to support sustainable management and help make our world a better place.Go to website