In 2020, we experienced one of the worst wildfire seasons in history. Without help, millions of acres of forests might never recover.
The REPLANT Act would bring damaged forests back by providing the U.S. Forest Service with the resources needed to plant and naturally regenerate 1.2 billion trees over the next decade.
Doing so would create more than 49,000 jobs and help make our national forests more resilient to future climate conditions. Reforestation would also ensure our national forests continue to provide clean drinking water to tens of millions of Americans, fight climate change by naturally removing carbon from the atmosphere and create outdoor recreation opportunities.
Contact your Members of Congress today and tell them our national forests need the REPLANT Act.