Textbooks for Trees

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Textbooks for Trees


Right now, we're all basking in the sun and fun of another summer. But back to school is just around the corner. That means it's time for back-to-school shopping: pens, notepads, calculators, and above all, textbooks.

With all the costs of going to school, and the waste that often results, it's great that there's an affordable, green way to get your textbooks this semester. Our partners at Chegg.com have the most unique textbook business on the web. You can rent your books and return them when the semester is over, or buy and sell them back. And for each rental order, Chegg will plant a tree with AMERICAN FORESTS, so you're not just getting a great deal - you're helping the planet as well.

Chegg has planted 3 million trees over the course of our partnership, and plants more each day. This year, they are helping support 23 separate plantings around the world:

NATIONAL

California

Angora Fire Project, Phase II

Hells Fire Complex Planting

Huntington Recreation Area Planting

Los Padres Conifer Forests Restoration

Mountain Communities Wildfire ReLeaf

Slide and Grass Valley Fire Reforestation

Colorado

Burn Canyon Fire Reforestation, Phase II

Florida

Hal Scott Longleaf Pine Planting, Phase III

Reforestation of Damaged Areas

Hawaii

PoO Ho'oho'o Nene Habitat Restoration Project

Michigan

2010 Kirtland's Warbler Habitat Creation

Arbutus Lake Kirtland's Warbler Habitat Planting

INTERNATIONAL

Armenia

Backyard Nursery Project, Reforestation of JMkhli

Cameroon

Nkor Watershed Regeneration

China

Mangrove Protection Project

Costa Rica

Reforestation Program Caribbean Slope

India

Community Forest in Villianur Commune

Kenya

Native Tree Reforestation, East African Highlands

Mexico

Migratory Bird Habitat Restoration, Papaloapan Watershed, Veracruz

Reforestation for Monarchs and Watershed Protection

Nicaragua

Reforestation and Conservation

Peru

Reforestation of Peruvian Coastal Belt

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