In order to be able to continue to rely on trees for air purification and good outdoor air quality, we need to do whatever is possible to preserve our forests. This is why Renson is committing to reforestation in the US.
Why reforestation is so important today
Reforestation is the process of regenerating or replanting forest areas that have been destroyed or damaged for the benefits of mankind. Reforestation is crucial in order to keep our planet in good health and to keep you healthy as well. Reforestation improves air quality, enhance biodiversity, restore wildlife habitats and help maintain water cycles and water quality in our environment.
Reforestation is needed now more than ever as forests are being destroyed or damaged on a daily basis. Removal of the green cover from the surface of the earth has become common due to various reasons. Today, wildfires, invasive insects, and disease have left 1 million acres of our national forests in urgent need of tree planting. Action is needed immediately now more than ever.
Introducing our partnership with the National Forest Foundation
The mission of the National Forest Foundation is to work on behalf of the American public to inspire personal and meaningful connections to our National Forests, the centerpiece of America’s public lands. As such, we are honored to be partnering with this organization to help us in our commitment to maintaining healthy spaces for all. Starting 2021, Renson is becoming a Tree Planter Partner with the National Forest Foundation, and will commit to planting 5 trees for each structure sold in the US.
Renson philanthropic program
The Renson US team is extremely proud to be launching this philanthropic program. As a sustainable purpose-driven company, we are fully engaged in creating and maintaining healthy spaces for all. It is important for us to not only offer the best in outdoor living solutions but also to protect the environment to contribute to achieving the best air quality possible.
If you want to know more about the National Forest Foundation, its mission and how you can help, click on the link below:
National Forest Foundation
If you want to reach out to us and discuss our program, please contact us.