Give millions of 4-H youth around the world the opportunity to get
personally involved in the climate crisis
Reduce atmospheric CO2 while having fun planting millions
of trees around the world
Provide youth with leadership opportunities
Encourage youth to start service-learning projects in areas they are
Shortly after watching the documentary "An
Inconvenient Truth," a girl from Pacifica, CA felt the need to
help slow global climate change. So she worked with her 4-H group to
form the Million Tree Project. Six years later, her goal was
achieved when the team planted the 1 millionth tree at Huddart Park
in Woodside, CA. If you like what you see here and want to pitch in too,
you are invited to join the project!
The 4-H Million Trees Project currently consists of:
From 651 Clubs/Units
Spread across 335 counties in 61 US states
and other nations
Together we have:
Planted 30 Million trees
Plan to plant an additional 10 million trees
We want you to learn more about this important project. Please view all
the pages of this website.
If you are a 4-Her interested in this international community service
project, please join us.