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We're Celebrating our 25th Anniversary!
Thanks to all who attended our 25th Anniversary Virtual Expedition & Celebration, made possible by Supermicro and all our sponsors.
What is the most important action you can take to make a difference right now?
Learn about all the other ways you can get involved.
Help Reach Our 25th Anniversary Goal
Each dollar you donate will be matched 1:1 up to $100,000
$224,000 Raised So Far
Help reach the $1,000,000 goal!
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Be Part of this Success Story!
Help the project that collects genetics from the oldest and largest known trees, and then replants to improve global forests.
The Archangel Mission
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We propagate the world’s most important old growth trees before they are gone.
Archive the genetics of ancient trees in living libraries around the world for the future.
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.
We’re already making a difference. Your help is needed for a larger impact.
Become A Fundraiser
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.
Set an achievable – but ambitious – fundraising goal at first. Then increase it as your fundraising efforts take off.
• Donate to your own fundraiser – lead by example.
• Invite your people to visit your page and make a contribution.
• Share your page on social media to expand your and our impact.
NowThis Earth visited Archangel to explore our mission to clone the world’s oldest and largest trees that combat the overheating of our climate. This overheating threatens all life on Earth.
Explore Our Work
Our dear friend Terry Mock was a driving force behind Archangel’s work. For decades, Archangel’s David Milarch and Terry collaborated to turn an idea into a thriving mission to collect, propagate, and replant old-growth tree genetics to assist the trees’ migration in the face of a warming planet.
A story in the UK Daily Mirror about One Life One Tree details their efforts to plant a grove of Archangel Champion Giant Sequoia trees in the cooler climate of Wales to preserve the species.
A newly published scientific study validates Archangel’s decades-long work to protect and preserve ancient trees. The paper details the critical ecosystem role that ancient trees play in protecting our ecosystem.