Alcoa Foundation and American Forests are proud to partner with local organizations and communities on forest restoration projects through our Partnership for Trees Program. In 2013, we’re restoring 19 different forests by planting more than 177,000 trees in eight U.S. states and seven countries.

2013 Partnership for Trees Projects

CHINA, Kushan: 10 Million Trees
ENGLAND, Birmingham: Cole Valley Community Woodland
ENGLAND, Exeter: Exeter Wild City – The Big Tree Plant 2013
GERMANY, Hannover and Hildesheim: Meadow Orchards in Hannover/Hildesheim
HUNGARY, Székesfehérvár: St. Steven’s Festive Year Tree Planting Project
ICELAND, Fjarðabyggð: Sómarstadarfjall Reforestation Project 
RUSSIA, Moscow Region: Business to Forest 2013
RUSSIA, Samara: Revival of the Burned Forest 
SPAIN, multiple cities: Ardilla Ecological Corridors in Spain
U.S., Atlanta, Ga.: Freedom Park Reforestation
U.S., Muskegon County, Mich.: Restoring the Sullivan Sahara 
U.S., Massena, N.Y.: Green Efficient Massena 2013 
U.S., Allegheny County, Pa.: Growing Riparian Buffers in Southwest Pennsylvania
U.S., Pittsburgh, Pa.: TreeVitalize Pittsburgh
U.S., Dorchester County, S.C.: Longleaf Pine Restoration
U.S., multiple locations, Tenn.: East Tennessee Tree Planting & Restoration Initiative
U.S., Bastrop County, Texas: Bastrop County Community Reforestation Project
U.S., Seattle, Wash.: Urban Forest Restoration Program
U.S., Whatcom County, Wash.: Whatcom County ReLeaf