50 Million Tree Pledge

Working with the Arbor Day Foundation and the U.S. Forest Service, our Foundation is underwriting the planting of 50 million trees over 50 years in National Forests around the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom and Germany.

A Colorado Story

Over the course of three years, we've funded the planting of 860,000 trees in Pike National Forest, with 20,000 more planned for 2015. Pike National Forest was severely damaged by fire in 2002, impacting the health of the South Platte watershed, which provides more than 60 percent of Denver's drinking water.

What Can 10 Million Trees Do?

According to the Arbor Day Foundation, 10 million trees can absorb more than 10 million pounds of carbon, produce oxygen for up to 40 million people per day and lift as much as a billion gallons of water out of the ground and into the air.


  • Bastrop State Park, Texas
  • District of 100 Mile House, Canada
  • Flight 93 Memorial, Pennsylvania
  • Woodland Trust, United Kingdom
  • Pike National Forest, Colorado
  • Modoc National Forest, California
  • Huron National Forest, Michigan
  • Nordsachsen, Germany
  • Indian Lake State Forest, Florida
  • Webb Wildlife Center, South Carolina
Track Our Efforts to Replenish Earth's Forests
As we reach the 10 million mark this year, we’re on our way to plant 50 million trees by 2056. In total, it is a gift of $50 million in today's dollars.

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