Year of Project: 1999
Trees Planted:10,000

This project planted 10,000 containerized longleaf pine, a total of about 20 acres, in numerous small natural openings and larger areas created by fire or logging over th… Read More

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge I

Year Planted: 1999

Trees Planted: 10,000
Location: Georgia

This project planted 10,000 containerized longleaf pine, a total of about 20 acres, in numerous small natural openings and larger areas created by fire or logging over the Refuge’s 33,000 acres of upland forest. The goal is to reestablish and expand longleaf pine/wiregrass communities. Partners include the US Fish and Wildlife Service and Meeks Farm.


Help Make Global ReLeaf possible
Give today to help restore local and global ecosystems.

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge I

Year Planted: 1999
Trees Planted: 10,000
Location: Georgia

This project planted 10,000 containerized longleaf pine, a total of about 20 acres, in numerous small natural openings and larger areas created by fire or logging over the Refuge's 33,000 acres of upland forest. The goal is to reestablish and expand longleaf pine/wiregrass communities. Partners include the US Fish and Wildlife Service and Meeks Farm.



Related ReLeaf Projects


Atlanta Seedling Restoration Projects
Paulding Wildlife Management Area Longleaf Pine Restoration
South Peachtree Creek and Veterans Hospital Restoration

Ways to Engage


  • Global ReLeaf On LooseLeaf Blog
    Read recent posts on related topics
     
  • Act Now
    Urge Congress to introduce comprehensive legislation addressing these ecosystems and the issues they face
     
  • Donate Now
    Every dollar counts for our endangered western forests.