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the last two decades, over thirty-five percent of Northern
Virginia's urban forest has been bulldozed and chainsawed, according to
aerial photos from the Forest Service. Our aim is to conserve, restore
and promote sustainable urban forests in Northern Virginia by restoring
large numbers of native trees on public commons land where funding for
landscaping is lacking and nothing would otherwise be planted, and to
educate government and the public about the values and benefits of the
urban forest. We operate through enlisting volunteer workers and
support from interested civic groups, youth, scouts, local businesses,
churches and schools.