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Plant Trees In Our National Forests

Colorado Home Services is dedicated to putting environmental sustainability into action as a small business partner of the National Forest Foundation, which is leading natural solutions to climate change through large-scale reforestation on public lands.

50 Million for Our Forests

The 50 Million for Our Forests campaign launched on Earth Day, 2018 to help meet the immense reforestation needs facing our National Forests. Since then, the NFF has planted more than 19.7 million trees, with 7.3 million planted in 2021.

Tree planting helps restore forests after severe wildfires, insects and disease and other natural disturbances while fighting climate change, conserving wildlife habitats, and ensuring healthy watersheds for everyone.

CHS donates a portion of every whole house fan sold in support of the NFF’s 50 Million for Our Forests campaign, the largest campaign in support of reforesting our publicly-owned National Forests.

CHS is proud to further our commitment to environmental sustainability and our public lands by partnering with the National Forest Foundation and investing in healthy forests.

Together, we'll restore thousands of acres of our National Forests for today and for future generations. 

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About Our National Forests

Photo of Holland Lake in the National Forest

The National Forest system spans 193 million acres in 42 states and Puerto Rico, sustaining more than 3,000 species of wildlife, 10,000 species of plants, and vital watersheds that provide tens of millions of Americans with water.

Hosting around 170 million visitors every year, our National Forests offer more than 150,000 miles of multi-use trails, more than 100 Wild and Scenic Rivers, 445 official Wilderness Areas, 122 ski resorts, and thousands of campgrounds, boating, picnic, cultural and historical sites for anyone to enjoy.

National Forests are managed by the U.S. Forest Service, an agency within the Department of Agriculture and managed for wildlife, recreation (motorized and non-motorized), timber, grazing, mining, water provision and other uses.

About National Forest Foundation

Beautiful picture of a river and a forest in the fall or autumn with yellow, orange, and red leaves. A birch tree lays on the shore in the foreground.

The National Forest Foundation, chartered by Congress, engages Americans in community- based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the 193- million-acre National Forest System, and administers private gifts of funds and land for the benefit of the National Forests.


The NFF supports restoration and community engagement on National Forests across the

country through:

  • Tree-planting that reforests National Forests damaged by wildfire, insects, disease and other such events;

  • Grant Programs that support local conservation groups working on National Forests;

  • Strategic and targeted restoration efforts through the Treasured Landscapes, Unforgettable Experiences conservation program;

  • Professional facilitation and support of collaborative efforts on National Forests;

  • Robust and creative communication programs that educate and inspire enjoyment, stewardship and restoration of National Forests.

About National Forest Foundation

Planting a seedling in the forest in this photo for national forest foundation

You can contribute to The NFF's 50 Million for Our Forests tree planting campaign by donating directly to the campaign, or purchasing an eco-friendly whole house fan from Colorado Home Cooling & Daylighting.

CHS is a proud small business partner for the NFF's tree-planting campaign, donating a portion of every whole house fan sold to this critical reforestation effort. 

The NFF plants one tree for every dollar donated. Your donations help provide seedlings that are then planted by the Forest Service. For every dollar donated, the Forest Service invests $2 in these important projects in the form of seed sourcing, identifying the areas in most need of tree planting, contracting the labor, and providing follow-up care to ensure the seedlings survive.

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