SAVE THE SUGAR PINES!
Sugar pines are the world's largest species of pine with the longest cones - and they are dying from white pine blister rust, a non-native, invasive fungus. Though they historically accounted for 25% of Lake Tahoe's forests, sugar pines now make up less than 5% of the forest composition.
HELP US SAVE THE SUGAR PINES
Join us at a planting, on a guided hike, or partner with us to organize a stewardship project or a fundraiser!
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We organize events year-round to educate local students, community members and visitors alike about Tahoe's forests and the problems facing sugar pines and other white pines.
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We are dedicated to saving Lake Tahoe's sugar pines and other white pines from blister rust by educating and involving the local community in hands-on forest stewardship. Since 2008, we have planted over 70,000 trees with local students and community members!
PLEASE JOIN US IN OUR RESTORATION EFFORTS
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PURCHASE seedlings, seeds, sugar pine cones, organic T-shirts, ART, our children's book and much more!
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Please visit our online SPF Store to support our cause.