Four Quarters. Ten Dimes.
Sometimes a dollar doesn't sound like much. But at Eddie Bauer, this small change can buy a lot. When you "add a dollar" to the Eddie Bauer Global ReLeaf tree project, we will plant a new tree in North America on your behalf. It's part of the continuing partnership with American Forests to reforest areas that have been devastated by natural disasters and plant trees in and around urban areas. Because Eddie Bauer is committed to this tree-planting program, we've made it easy for you to get involved. You can "Add a Dollar, Plant a Tree" through our catalog or on-line at eddiebauer.com. Just ask to add $1 or more to your purchase total.
Eddie Bauers "Add A Dollar, Plant A Tree" program helped fund the planting of 2,000,000 trees for Mountains to Sound Greenway near Seattle, WA.
The Difference We're Already Making
Since the "Add a Dollar, Plant a Tree" program began, Eddie Bauer has collected nearly $5 million. Our partnership with American Forests has created the most successful reforestation project by a non-forest-related business in the United States.
Eddie Bauer also collected $500,000 to help fund the "Memorial Groves" program, which planted a tree in honor of every victim of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Places where Eddie Bauer Global ReLeaf is already in action
Mt. Baldy, Angeles National Forest, just north of Los Angeles
Buffalo Creek Fire Reforestation, 15 miles southwest of Denver
Dawson Demonstration Forest, 50 miles north of Atlanta
Cache River Bioreserve, including parts of the Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge
Ten projects from the Savage River in western Maryland to the Pocomoke River watershed on the eastern shore
Sandy River Delta, undeveloped Columbia River floodplain 25 miles east of Portland
King County Sammamish River Park restoration project in Redmond, South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Project along stream banks east of Tacoma
Inglewood Wildlands Reforestation in the east end of Calgary
Manning Provincial Park in southwestern B.C., 30 miles east of Hope
Reforestation projects will help communities here, in Quebec, and in the Atlantic Provinces where trees were devastated by the January 1998 ice storm - the worst in Canadian history
Saguenay River Reforestation, 125 miles north of Quebec City
U.S. pledges will plant trees in the U.S., Canadian pledges in Canada.