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Standing Trees works to
protect and restore forests on
New England's public lands

Photo credit: Zack Porter

Photo credit: Zack Porter

To overcome the climate and extinction crises,

Standing Trees envisions a future where

New England’s federal and state public lands are managed to restore the natural, old growth forests that evolved over millennia alongside the region’s indigenous people.

New England's forests are our greatest natural asset.

Protecting and restoring the old forests of New England is an inexpensive, rapidly scalable, and proven strategy to support the region's full range of biodiversity, sequester and store planet-warming carbon, clean our air and water, and protect our communities from droughts and floods.

It's time to #StandWithTheTrees.

It's time to #RewildNewEngland.

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