(from left to right) Dr. Patrick Angel - OSMRE/ARRI, Ariel Norris - OSMRE/ARRI, Jim Holiday - OSMRE, Chet Edwards - OSMRE/ARRI, Andrea Drayer - UK Forestry, Kenton Sena - UK Forestry, Tiffany Heim - AmeriCorps, Michael French - GFW/TACF, Kylie Schmidt - GFW, Stefany Byran - AmeriCorps, Dr. Chris Barton - UK/GFW, and Courtney Mastin - OSMRE
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ABC has advocated the reforestation of surface mines as an effective conservation technique to benefit neo-tropical migratory songbirds, such as the Cerulean Warbler.
Potentially blight-resistant American chestnuts developed by TACF are being planted with other high-value hardwood tree species at our reforestation projects.
The ADF has continuously provided trees and financial support for our projects.
Partners of the AMJV are working together on the NRCS's Regional Conservation Partnership Program to restore habitat for priority bird species by reforesting targeted lands throughout Appalachia.
ARC has generously funded the development of the Green Forests Work Program in Appalachia.
The idea of GFW was developed by ARRI collaborators. ARRI provides technical support for GFW at nearly all of our reforestation events.
The FS has continuously provided trees and both technical and financial support to GFW. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
GFW is partnering with CCB to make our plantings more pollinator-friendly.
For nearly a century, Komatsu has been a global leader in the manufacturing of quality forestry, mining, and construction equipment.
Mennen Environmental Foundation is helping us restore red spruce forests to benefit Neotropical songbirds
We partner with the NPS to offer annual volunteer reforestation events at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
One Tree Planted is supporting our reforestation efforts in Appalachia