Success to Date
AATA has established living archives containing hundreds of vital trees in Michigan and by recently planting the first “super grove” in southern Oregon – an archive of clones of the largest and oldest coast redwoods.
To carry on the success of AATA, your gift will help us achieve these Reforestation goals over the next three years:
- Additional cloning of champion and rare trees to expand the living archive from the current 70 cloned champions to more than 140. These are trees that we feel are most important to archive in living libraries and for reforestation to help restore planetary health through carbon sequestration and oxygenation.
- Development of an infrastructure in the Copemish office to support scientific, technical, outreach, and fundraising activities.
To accomplish these goals, this will require additional private funding building towards the establishment of an endowment fund.
On Earth Day 2014, David Milarch spoke with earth science students from the Interlochen Arts Academy before they planted Champion giant sequoias and an Archangel clone of the Hippocrates Sycamore.Read More »
University of Michigan students and faculty members have partnered with Chiwara permaculture and Archangel Ancient Tree Archive to plant twelve Giant sequoia clones from Champion old growth forest trees on the grounds of the Nichols Arboretum on Arbor Day 2014.Read More »
With stands of old-growth trees under threat of fire in the United States, this planting of an ancient coast redwood in a New Zealand forest takes on new significance.Read More »
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The news of our Global Planting Event turned up round the world - including in the Western Telegraph in the United Kingdom.
A Pembrokeshire holiday park has been chosen as one of only eight places across the globe to host a tree planting with planet-saving significance.Read More »