Arbor Day Award Winner Highlights: Excellence in Partnership Award

Each year the Arbor Day Foundation recognizes outstanding individuals, environmental leaders, and innovative organizations for their sustainable conservation efforts on an international, national, state and community level through the Arbor Day Awards Program. The 2014 Arbor Day Awards were presented April 26 at the Lied Lodge and Conference Center in Nebraska City. During May we’ll highlight the award winners.

Excellence in Partnership Award—Tree Canada:

Presented for the innovative, strategic, and/or pioneering collaborative efforts of organizations to advance forestry efforts on a local, state, national, or international level.

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Michael Rosen of Tree Canada plants a tree at Arbor Lodge State Historical Park. Photo by Carrie Benes.

As Canada’s largest nonprofit tree planting organization, Tree Canada has successfully facilitated high impact programs through its creative collaborations with public and private partners. Tree Canada has worked with universities, cities, and corporations such as BC Hydro, TD Bank, and Canadian National Rail Lines to create programs like Operation ReLeaf that helps communities recover from natural disasters and the Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle infestation project—a joint initiative with the government of Alberta and TELUS Corporation to replace trees damaged by the Mountain Pine Beetle.

Are you aware of an outstanding individual or organization that is an exemplary steward of our Earth?  If so, please consider nominating them for our 2015 Arbor Day Awards.

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