Partnership success will be deeply rooted in science, experience, and commitment to clean water in Pennsylvania.
Adding 10 million trees to buffer streams, urban streets, abandoned mine land, and other priority landscapes is possible only through a broad and diverse collaboration of partners.
The Partnership will harness the collective strengths of science through partners like the Stroud Water Research Center, Penn State Cooperative Extension, and other research institutions. The on-the-ground connections and experience of many conservancies, conservation districts, and other experts and entities will add valuable local depth to planting efforts.
All who care about restoring and protecting Pennsylvania's rivers and streams and want to be part of this significant movement to plant trees are considered partners.
Connecting with partners and willing landowners are two of the first significant steps to placing 10 million trees in the ground. Follow-up maintenance and nurturing of new trees is critical to their success.
Sustaining the Partnership by providing wide-ranging resources and assistance will be key to its long-term success through 2025. See below for our partner list and a map of their locations throughout the Commonwealth.