Year of Project: 2009
Trees Planted:64,000

The Angora Fire burned in 2007. This project will plant 220 acres of land that is located in areas closest to the urban area affected by the fire. The planting of 66,000 … Read More

Angora Fire

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 64,000
Location: California

The Angora Fire burned through South Lake Tahoe in 2007. This project, in partnership with the US Forest Service, planted trees on 220 acres of land located closest to the urban area affected by the fire. The planting of 66,000 trees helped to reestablish wildlife habitat for animals such as the spotted owl and goshawk.


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Angora Fire

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 64,000
Location: California

The Angora Fire burned through South Lake Tahoe in 2007. This project, in partnership with the US Forest Service, planted trees on 220 acres of land located closest to the urban area affected by the fire. The planting of 66,000 trees helped to reestablish wildlife habitat for animals such as the spotted owl and goshawk.



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