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36-Hour Arbor Day Goal.


Today is Arbor Day, a time for nature lovers throughout the United States

to celebrate the preservation and planting of our wonderful trees.


As a Nature Conservancy member, you know how vital trees are to all life on Earth. They filter the air we breathe, provide habitat for wildlife and pull carbon out of the atmosphere, helping to cool our planet.

In honor of Arbor Day, we’ve set a goal of raising $20,000 by midnight to jumpstart conservation efforts across the country. We’re counting on caring supporters to help us meet this urgent goal.

Celebrate Arbor Day with us and protect nature now with a gift to The Nature Conservancy.

Here’s just one way your donation could make a difference.

Planting trees is one of the most powerful natural solutions we have to combat the climate crisis. And thanks to The Nature Conservancy’s newly upgraded Reforestation Hub, communities know exactly where planting trees will have the highest impact.

Like in migration corridors to protect species on the move and in large open habitats — reforesting these areas could capture 535 million tonnes of CO2 per year, the equivalent to removing 116 million cars from the road.

Any amount you’re able to give right now will help ramp up support for essential reforestation projects and so many others. Imagine what your gift could do:

Don’t wait — donate today to help protect forests, safeguard habitat and put real climate solutions into action this Arbor Day and beyond.

Each seedling planted, each tree nurtured, each acre protected represents hope for a better future.

Please give what you can to help reach our $20,000 goal.

Together, we can make a difference for the natural world we all share. Thank you for your support.

With gratitude,

Dave Strauss
Director of Membership
The Nature Conservancy 


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