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Help Expand Our Champion Tree Project
$146,000 Raised So Far
Help reach the $235,000 goal!
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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.
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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Founder David Milarch calls Archangel Ancient Tree Archive the “most hopeful project on the planet.” Learn how the work Archangel does helps restore old-growth forests across the world.
Explore Our Work
A new report from CBS News looks at the aftermath of the 2020 California wildfires. It's not looking good for redwoods. Archangel is redoubling our efforts to save them. "Unless we stop warming the planet, these wildfires will continue to grow exponentially. And these...
9&10 News, a local tv station that serves northern Michigan, filed a terrific story about Archangel.
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.