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Planet Home Lending Partners With National Forest Foundation To Plant 100,000 Trees

Apr 22, 2021
Aerial view of a forest.

Planet Home Lending LLC partnered with the National Forest Foundation for a third year and will together fund the planting of 100,000 trees in 2021, according to a press release. This will include post-fire planting, reestablish forest cover, and improve watershed health.

Home Planet Lending will participate in N.F.F.’s tree-planting campaign that is committed to planting 50 million trees in America’s National Forests. N.F.F. promotes the enhancement and restoration of the 193-million-acre National Forest System in the U.S. Planet Home Lending will support N.F.F.'s initiatives as it plants 100,000 trees across the Willamette, Sierra and Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests in Oregon, California and Georgia.

"With a shared dedication to investing in our planet and its people, Planet Home Lending and N.F.F. are able to make a significant environmental investment for present and future generations," said Michael Dubeck, CEO and president of Planet Financial Group, LLC, an indirect parent company of Planet Home Lending.

Click here to learn more about Planet's partnership with the N.F.F.

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