Minnesota Chippewa National Forest Reforestation Project
One Tree Planted’s Goal: Planting 800,000 trees to Restore Chippewa National Forest
Covering over 600,000 acres, the Chippewa National Forest contains over 1,000 lakes, wetlands, and wide variety of wildlife. This project will help to restore forests lost through wind damage, insect infestation, and other forms of degradation. This project will focus on replanting Red, White, and Jack Pine, Red Oak, and other native species to the region.