Spring 2019 Champion Tree Project Expansion
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Old growth Coast Redwood, Giant Sequoia, and other tree species are under threat from climate change, logging, and other human activities. Archangel Ancient Tree Archive is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that believes that the genetics of these Champion Trees hold secrets that have not yet been discovered.
A generous foundation is matching the first $75,000 of our Spring 2019 Champion Tree
Expansion fundraising campaign. Give now and your donation will be doubled.
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The Archangel Mission
We propagate the world’s most important old growth trees before they are gone.
Reforest the Earth with the offspring of Champion Trees to provide beneficial ecosystem services including outstanding sequestering of carbon dioxide – essentially a global warming solution.
Archive the genetics of ancient trees in living libraries around the world for the future.
We’re already making a difference. Your help is needed for a larger impact.
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Become a fundraiser to help us collect, clone, archive the genetics, and replant these important trees for future generations, Help reach the milestone that will allow us to expand our mission.
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Radio show Living On Earth profiled Archangel’s mission to restore the majestic 3000-year-old trees which sequester large amounts of carbon.
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Archangel Ancient Tree Archive announced today that it has received a significant, multi-year grant from the Seller-Lehrer Family Foundation.
It was way too big for the average lawn, but still, it was magnificent. The giant coastal redwood tree was 35 feet across and may have stood as high as 400 feet.
PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 25, 2019 by MARITTE O'GALLAGHER Can the DNA of ancient giants save our forests? Parks invite innovation. How we steward them will affect our planet’s changing climate in some way, great or small. What better way to invest in the...