Make a Healing Impact
Help Expand Our Champion Tree Project
Make a Donation
Give to our Spring 2019 Champion Tree Project Expansion Fundraiser and create a living legacy as we protect the world’s oldest trees for generations to come.
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.
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 at 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.
We are honored to have such a beautiful article written about our work. Our thanks go out to Elizabeth Svoboda for joining us on a recent genetics collecting trip in California and writing this wonderful article.
Explore Our Work
Simon Reeve from the BBC joined the May 2019 Archangel expedition and explores the land of the giant redwoods. His visit with Archangel opens this fascinating episode.
The world is interested in the solution to the climate crisis that Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has developed. Archangel is capturing and propagating the genetics of the trees that are best at capturing the excess carbon from the atmosphere that is overheating our climate.
Our May 2019 expedition to California and Oregon was an incredible experience. We were pleased to see interest from the wider world, including teams from BBC, NBC Nightly News, and France’s TF1 Network.