Although the Bay’s recovery is fragile,
the undeniable gains made in recent
years are proof that saving the Bay is
possible. Working with partners to
plant trees and restore oysters
today will help create a cleaner
Help make the greatest
story ever happen right
here at home.
It all adds up to
Science tells us that Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna
River delivers half of the fresh water entering the Bay,
as well as at least half the pollution. CBF is leading
a comprehensive partnership to plant 10 million
trees along targeted streams. Planting trees will
bring Pennsylvania residents together to address the
Commonwealth’s 19,000 miles of impaired streams.
Through federal, state, and private partnerships,
• Plant 10 million new trees alongside streams,
streets, and other priority landscapes accelerating
progress toward the Blueprint clean-water goals
and achieving as much as two-thirds of the
95,000-acre target; and
• Creatively engage volunteers, students, farmers,
and other landowners.
tree plantings in
help leave a legacy
of clean water.”
The Campbell Foundation
and CBF Board Member
The best and most cost-effective way to reduce pollution is to
dramatically increase the miles of stream buffers.