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Apache Corporation Tree Grant Program

Trees are an invaluable natural resource. They beautify our neighborhoods, provide habitats for wildlife, and help to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. The Apache Corporation Tree Grant Program focuses on large-scale conservation, protection of habitats for wildlife and native species, as well as the restoration and enhancement of public greenspaces. This award-winning environmental stewardship initiative is helping Apache leave a lasting positive impact for current and future generations in the areas where we live and work.

Since 2005, the Apache Corporation Tree Grant Program has provided more than 5 million trees to over 1,000 nonprofit charitable partners and government agencies in the U.S. We donate trees to a wide variety of organizations, including cities, counties, schools, parks, universities, youth associations, wildlife refuges and charitable service groups. In addition to the development and improvement of public parks and greenspaces, community partners often request trees to support a broad range of conservation efforts, including preservation of natural habitats and reforestation.

In 2023, we expanded the program to Scotland partnering with nonprofit organizations and government agencies.

 

Last year, we donated more than 206,000 trees to 61 nonprofit partner organizations. Examples of tree planting partners and projects for the 2023/2024 planting season include:

  • Houston Botanic Garden, a 132-acre park filled with horticultural displays, natural ecosystems and walking trails in Greater Houston;
  • Houston Wilderness, an alliance of business, environmental and government interests dedicated to preserving the diverse ecoregions along the Gulf Coast;
  • The City of Houston and Harris County, for the reforestation of Houston’s public parks, nature trails and roadways;
  • The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, for the establishment of wildlife habitat and reforestation at multiple Texas state parks and nature centers;
  • Big Bend Conservation Alliance, to conserve the living heritage and unique natural and cultural resources of the greater Big Bend region of Texas;
  • Keep Midland Beautiful, to educate and inspire the community to take action, to create a clean, beautiful, and waste-free Midland;
  • River Dee Trust in Scotland, a community-based charitable organization to improve the ecology of fish stocks of the River Dee.

 

 

 

U.K. Tree Grant Program

Applications for the 2024-2025 Apache Tree Grant Program in the U.K. are now open. Click here to apply.

U.S. Tree Grant Program

Applications for the 2024 Apache Tree Grant Program in the U.S. are now open. Click here to apply.

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