In the new millenium, more and
more is being done to ensure a
brighter future through electronics.
But for some Americans, the future
is best ensured through the nuturing
of trees. Yes, trees. No need to plug
in, just dig deep and plant some
seeds. We talk to some
conservationist nuns, a tree-planter,
a logger, a young forest ecologist,
and the celebrated fiction writer Rick
Bass about the future with trees.
The Tree Pages
People For Trees
A non-profit group in Florida committed to preserving the tree canopy in Sarasota County's city of North Port, which is currently going through a developmental boom.
The Neem is considered to be one of the most promising trees of the 21st
century. It has great potential in the fields of Pest Management, Environment Protection and
Medicine. If you would like to know more about Neem and what it can do for you, visit o
Southern Urban Forestry Associates (SUFA)
Plant-It 2000 is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) foundation dedicated to properly
planting, maintaining and protecting as many indigenous trees as
Trees For Life
elps people in developing countries plant fruit trees, which provide nutrition
and fight hunger, as well as protect the environment.
U.S. Forestry Service