Rain Bird contributes to national forest rehab

July 24, 2013 -  By

Rain Bird is assisting the Arbor Day Foundation in its efforts to rehabilitate Gallatin National Forest by donating the funds for a thousand trees. Gallatin National Forest is a recreation area in Montana’s Northern Rockies.

“Rain Bird’s contribution to our efforts will help benefit people for many generations to come,” said Nick Kauffman, corporate partnership manager for the Arbor Day Foundation. “We are pleased to work with them on this project, and we hope that Rain Bird’s support encourages other like-minded individuals and organizations to join us in helping replenish our national forests, provide wildlife habitat for endangered species and protect important water sources.

The thousand trees that were purchased with Rain Bird’s support include Douglas firs, Ponderosa pines and Whitebark pines. The Arbor Day Foundation spearheaded efforts to plant these trees at Gallatin National Forest in June 2013.

LM Staff

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