Reforestation - From Black to Green

Trees For Tomorrow (T4T) Program, one of the many Black Forest Together Restoration Programs, assists landowners replace Ponderosa Pine trees that were burnt in the June 2013 Black Forest Fire. Those wishing to participate may do so by registering on this web site.


Purpose of T4T Program:


  • Matches landowner tree donors with those landowners who are fire victims who are requesting replacement trees.
  •  Allows those, wishing to make a financial contribution, the means of assisting fire victims in the restoration of their property.
  •  Enables those that are interested in the purchase of trees to do so at a discounted price. The proceeds from the purchase will be applied to the “gifting” of trees to fire victims.


Corporate Sponsorship: Those businesses wishing to become a sponsor of the Trees For Tomorrow Program may do so by contacting us.


Funding the T4T Program: Our intent is to rely on the good will of the people and the social consciousness of business enterprise to fund this “grass roots” program. There is no intent to be reliant on government funding.


The victims of the fire are seeking a helping hand, not a hand out. Help us help your neighbor. Pay it Forward. Help to restore the forest while protecting wildlife habitat, watersheds and recreational areas.


 The Black Forest Together Website for information about additional recover, restore and rebuild programs as well as opportunities to volunteer and donate.

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Phone: 719-495-2445

11460 Black Forest Together/Colorado Springs, CO/80908

Black Forest Together (BFT) is a registered 501(c ) 3 charitable organization established by local residents to assist victims of the 2013 Black Forest Fire.