Medium.com | What if every consumer transaction made trees grow?
The Amazon rainforest is often in the news and most of us are aware why we should preserve it. But let’s not overlook the value of preserving and restoring North American forests. The largest domestic reforestation project to date has rooted more than 42 million trees in the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, a vast region carved by the might river and touching seven U.S. States. Landowners, along with the GreenTrees project, have already reforested 120,000 acres.
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