iGPS Funding Adds 200,000 Trees to U.S. National Forests

Plastic pallet rental provider Intelligent Global Pooling Systems (iGPS Company, LLC) has announced that it has funded the planting of 200,000 new trees in the Deschutes National Forest in central Oregon, an area in serious need of reforestation.

iGPS’ funding is one element of its unique partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) in which the company has contributed funds each time an iGPS pallet is rented. The Deschutes plantings now bring the total number of seedlings planted under this program to 300,000, which include earlier plantings in California’s San Bernardino National Forest.

“Our forests are a precious resource, and each time we lose a tree, harm is done to our climate, our wildlife and our health,” said Bob Moore, Chairman and CEO of iGPS. “We at iGPS are committed to doing all we can to preserve our beautiful forests, which play such a vital role in maintaining nature’s delicate balance. We thank the National Forest Foundation for enabling us to help.”

“Our ongoing partnership with iGPS is revitalizing critical forest landscapes that provide clean water, wildlife habitat and outdoor recreation for millions of Americans,” said Bill Possiel, NFF president. “We deeply value the opportunity to team up with such an innovative and conservation-minded company.”

Source: iGPS

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