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 2014, we’re restoring 22 different forests by planting more than 229,000 trees in seven U.S. states and eight countries.

Photo credits, from top: ONG AGEDD,
Chris Upson, PGH Dumpsites/Flickr,
American Forests, Ron Gindlesperger,
Gabriel González

2014 Partnership for Trees Projects

Canada: Pont Laviolette Planting
China: China Mangrove Protection Project (Phase V)
Germany: Meadow Orchards Planting
Guinea: Sustainable Environmental Management Sangaredi
Hungary: Székesfehérvár Tree Planting
Russia: Business to Forest 2014
Spain: Ardilla Ecological Corridors in Spain – Alcoa Forest
United Kingdom: Trees for Telford
U.S., Angeles National Forest, Calif.: Revitalizing Los Angeles’ Backyard
U.S., Caramillo, Calif.: CSU Channel Islands Tree Planting
U.S., Atlanta, Ga.: South Peachtree Creek and Veterans Hospital ReLeaf
U.S., Muskegon County, Mich.: Hilton Parks Hardwoods ReLeaf Project
U.S., Massena, N.Y.: 2014 Green Efficient Massena ReLeaf Project
U.S., Cleveland, Ohio: Restoring Broadway Slavic Village’s Tree Canopy
U.S., Allegheny County, Pa.: Riparian Restoration in High Priority Conservation Areas
U.S., Pittsburgh, Pa.: TreeVitalize Pittsburgh
U.S., Pittsburgh, Pa.: Pittsburgh Hillside Restoration Pilot ReLeaf Project
U.S., Westmoreland County, Pa.: Westmoreland Cleanways
U.S., Dorchester County, S.C.: Longleaf Pine Restoration
U.S., Bastrop County, Texas: Bastrop County Community Reforestation Project
U.S., Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Wash.: Mount Adams Ponderosa Pine ReLeaf
U.S., Seattle, Wash.: Urban Forest Restoration Program
U.S., Whatcom County, Wash.: Whatcom County Riparian ReLeaf