The Apache Tree Grant Program focuses on improving wildlife habitats, restoring storm damage and enhancing cities and neighborhoods.
One acre of forest puts out four tons of oxygen and removes six tons of carbon dioxide, a contributor to global climate change. Trees also bring nature into our city environments and provide habitat for wildlife.
It is of great importance to the Apache Corporation Tree Grant Program that grant recipients do what they can to ensure the trees have the best chance of survival. If a request for trees is approved, we ask the organization to commit to caring for the trees and ensuring their survival. If selected for a grant, recipients must send a grant receipt to the Apache Corporation Tree Grant Program and coordinate all media with the Apache Corporation Public Affairs Department.
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Apache Corporation, along with Texas A&M Forest Service representatives and state officials, will gather today at the Texas Arbor Day celebration to participate in a tree planting ceremony and rally...
Representatives from Apache and Up with Trees will distribute 5,000 trees donated by Apache’s Tree Grant Program on Saturday, Oct. 11.