The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Governors and Premiers are leading a regional effort with the goal of planting 250 million trees by 2033.
The Great Lakes St. Lawrence region is home to more than 100 million people, a US$6 trillion regional economy, and abundant natural resources, including water, forests, and agricultural lands. Trees are crucial to maintaining the groundwater health communities need for drinking water, industry, agriculture, and other uses. Trees not only store carbon and provide habitat for wildlife. They also absorb stormwater to help improve the health of streams and lakes and create many environmental and social benefits for our communities.
Here’s how your organization can help protect the environment and the places you care about.
Supporting Partners are invited to join this initiative. Your partnership supports the Trees Initiative and local tree-planting projects that deliver real impacts for local communities. Receive positive public recognition and meet your sustainability goals while helping the communities and natural places in your backyard.