Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Plant A Billion Trees Campaign

This looks like a good idea so I thought I'd pass it along.

Dear Larry,

Wow - I've seen snakes in the grass but not in a tree. Great photo! Millions of birds, (and snakes), find food and shelter in the trees of our planet’s forests, and this Friday, April 27th is Arbor Day — a day to celebrate our forests around the world. Forests renew the air we breathe, help to maintain a healthy climate and sustain all life on Earth.

To help celebrate Arbor Day, we're hoping you'll share information about The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign with your readers on your blogs and social networks.

The Plant a Billion Trees project is a worldwide effort to protect and restore The Atlantic Forests, one of the world's largest and most endangered tropical forests of which only 12% remains.

Please encourage your readers to spread the word about : and donate to plant trees. Each tree is just $1 and helps us get closer to our goal of protecting 1 million acres of land by helping plant 1 billion native trees.

Thank you,

Midori Matsuyama

Online Outreach

The Nature Conservancy &


1 comment:

troutbirder said...

My little two acres of woods in nearly full but I kept encouraging my farmer friends and neighbors... :)