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Partners

Without our partners, the initiative to plant 10 million trees across Pennsylvania would be an impossible task. Our partners provide resources, technical support, research, outreach, volunteers, and the resolve to ensure our goals are met. They range in size, location, and expertise, yet all with a common goal of restoring Pennsylvania’s landscapes.

The Partnership harnesses the collective strengths of science through partners like the Stroud Water Research Center, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Penn State Cooperative Extension, Pennsylvania Conservation Districts, the American Chestnut Foundation, and other research institutions. The on-the-ground connections and experience of many conservancies, watershed groups, and other experts and entities add valuable local depth to planting efforts.

Photo Credit: Emmy Nicklin

current partners

Adams

Allegheny

Annville

Armstrong

Beaver

Bedford

Berks

Blair

Bradford

Bucks

Cambria

Cameron

Centre

Chester

Clinton

Columbia

Crawford

Cumberland

Dauphin

Delaware

Erie

Franklin

Gettysburg

Greensburg

Harrisburg

Huntingdon

Indiana

Juniata

Lackawanna

Lancaster

Lebanon

Lehigh

Luzerne

Lycoming

Borough of Mercersburg

Mifflin

Monroe

Montgomery

Montour

Northampton

Northumberland

Perry

Philadelphia

Pike

Pittsburgh

Potter

Schuylkill

Shippensburg

Snyder

Somerset

Susquehanna

Tioga

Union

Washington

Wayne

Waynesboro

Westmoreland

York

Outside PA

our progress

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In 2018, we set an eight year goal to plant ten million trees across Pennsylvania. That goal launched a movement that has involved collaborating with national, regional, state, and local agencies, conservation organizations, outdoors enthusiasts, businesses, and citizens ­– including you!

Partner With Us
Let's get planting!

We currently have over 215 partners and are growing! Partners participate in a variety of ways including tree planting, outreach, site prep and stewardship. Partners can also participate in non-restoration activities such as landowner, community, and volunteer outreach as well as becoming advocates and donors. If you are interested in becoming a partner please fill out our contact form to get more information.

Photo Credit: CBF Staff