Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona
“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.” – John Muir
The Gifted Tree’s planting project is in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, Arizona. Apache-Sitgreaves comprises over 2 million acres of beautiful land located in east-central Arizona. This vast area is best known for its lands brimming with natural resources and diverse wildlife.
The planting project focuses on reforesting high severity burn areas within the fire scar in the Black River watershed. Your tree planting , including Ponderosa pines and Douglas fir species, will help restart the process with the reforesting of the tree stands lost in fires and to reestablish forest cover to improve watershed quality and promote biodiversity for endangered, threatened, and sensitive plant and wildlife habitat (like the Mexican spotted owl and New Mexican jumping mouse, and the Heber Wild Horse Territory) – a win for the ecological quality of the forest and benefit the overall environment in the area.
You can view the general area of this planting project by clicking on the following link:
Once connected to the map, feel free to zoom in and out to get a feel of the general planting
area as well as its location in Arizona, the United States and the world. Please understand that this is the
general area of the tree planting. Your tree will be planted among thousands of other gift trees and
there is no plaque designating the gift tree and visiting the tree is unfortunately not possible.
Know that the tree planting project is making a monumental difference for the earth and
opening a new doorway to the world for future generations. If you have any questions, please
view our contact information at: www.thegiftedtree.com/contact-us/.
Preserve Their Legacy For Future Generations.
Location listed on tree tribute planting certificate = Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona
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