Take Root

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Imagine planting trees that thrive for years

 
AFL supports preserving our environment. Through recycling and conservation efforts, we are making a positive impact.

With the Take Root program, we are increasing our impact even more by planting trees. Having planted approximately 20,000 trees over the past 10 years, AFL continues to focus on helping communities thrive - today and for future generations. 
 

Imagine making a positive impact to the environment
 


District Five Schools (Spartanburg, SC)
5th and 6th Grade Honor Program


AFL partnered with District Five Schools to provide a longleaf pine tree in honor of fifth and sixth grade students in the area. Over 1,200 trees were donated to students at Beech Springs Intermediate and Berry Shoals Intermediate in Duncan, South Carolina.




Greenville County Recreation District (SC)
Swamp Rabbit Trail


AFL partnered with the Greenville County Recreation District (GCRD) and Trees Greenville to plant nearly 60 trees indigenous to the South Carolina area in celebration of Arbor Day. This marks the seventh year in a row that AFL has partnered with GCRD to plant trees and bushes in Greenville County.

Swindon, United Kingdom


AFL associates in Swindon partnered with the Wilts and Berks Canal Trust, planting more than 150 native British trees and hedgerow stock and contributing 26 hours of time to enhance the area alongside the canal in Mouldon Hill, Swindon. 

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Milton-Keynes, United Kingdom


AFL teamed up with Willen Hospice, an organization that provides specialized care, to complete its first Take Root project. Volunteers braved the cold and less than ideal weather conditions and planted nearly 1,000 trees and shrubs in one day. 

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Monterrey, Mexico

Chipinque


AFL Monterrey is supporting reforestation efforts by providing the funds to plant 4,000 trees in Chipinque, a natural habitat of 4,425 acres rising to altitudes from 2,395 up to 7,218 feet above sea level. After a forest fire affected one-third of the park, an ecological restoration project was created.

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