Resource Protection

Water and air protection by restoring aspens that pass 20% more water downstream, and resist fires which account for millions of tons of carbon pollution in our air each year.

Protection from Aspens that pass 20% more water downstream, and resist fires which account for millions of tons of carbon pollution in our air each year.

Wildlife Habitat

Treat one acre, protect thousands.

Our DutyWe believe it is the duty of this generation to restore American forests to a naturally balanced, enjoyable, and resilient state. Today's efforts will inspire future generations of land stewards who will conserve and protect forests and wildlife that depend on these landscapes to survive.

Our "Targeted Treatment Process" protects wildlife and their natural habitat.

Our Mission

Protect Our Natural Resources

Protect our natural resources by reducing the threat of massive, deadly wildfires. Implementing on-the-ground treatments of forested land for wildfire mitigation.  We will apply these landscape-scale treatments before, during, or after a wildfire has occurred. We will fight to protect our natural resources today while working to conserve the wild-lands of tomorrow; actively restoring and rebalancing high-risk forest lands today will preserve our precious resources for future generations. 

106 stands for the 106 acre community of aspen trees in Utah that have driven the purpose for making it the Utah State Tree, while at the same time representing the largest living organism in the world.   The aspen tree is adept at mitigating fire risk, but is also very powerful in protecting our climate, especially at higher elevations.

As an example, 20% more water per acre ends up in our streams and lakes thanks to the life cycle of the aspen tree as opposed to the pine tree.  Also 50% more carbon emission and other impurities are removed and sequestered from our air by aspens than pines.  Thus these silent warriors protect and serve by insulating us from the wide spread destruction of fire, and help by allowing more water to and clean air to empower our ecosystems.

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