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We are excited to offer the opportunity for anyone to have a direct impact on re-introducing forests into Colorado wildfire burn scars. With every purchase, a native evergreen seedling will be planted in an approved Colorado burn scar.


These wildfire burn scars are sadly becoming more and more prominant all over the state. Previous CU Boulder studies have looked at individual fire sites, including the site of the 2000 Walker Ranch fire in Boulder County, and found that forests recovered slowly or not at all. Even 15 years post-fire, as many as 80% of the plots the researchers surveyed still contained no new trees. 


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Upon checkout, you will recieve a certificate confirming your sponsorship. Your funding for this program is carried out directly by us, Rocky Mountain Warm Hands Initiative. Gift it to others, or commemorate a special occasion with a tree that will last lifetimes! 

Plant a NEW Tree | Help Re-Plant Burn Scars

  • All seedlings are native species typically found in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. We aim to revitalize the surrounding environment with its previously floiurishing vegetation. 

    You can expect that the seedling will be either Ponderosa Pine, or Douglas Fir.