Colorado is one of the most forest-rich American states and, with as many as 24.4 million acres of plants of different species, it allows the population to have access to fresh water, very diverse fauna and flora and creates excellent job opportunities in the wood sector, with sawmills and carpentry workshops.
Despite their great expansion, these huge forests are always in danger of bacterial infections, illegal excavations, and arson. Often the woods are not managed in the best way and are the perfect location to start massive arson, with significant impacts on animals, the climate and the economy of the whole of Colorado.
The consequences of the fires in Colorado significantly affect the whole of America and Mexico. Ben19 states are dependent on Colorado’s water supply, so our project does not just help Colorado, but all of the United States.
Our project wants to plant trees in the areas damaged by fires, to allow the restoration of the wooded area, strengthen the land and fight fires. Also, our partners collaborate with local authorities and landowners for an education campaign on the importance of natural resources.
To maximize the results, different tree species will be planted, depending on the season, such as Pino and Quercia.
Supporting the project is really important, all of America depends on it, and those who really want to be a patriot absolutely have to contribute.
A single tree can make a difference and bring fresh water to millions of American citizens.