Helping consumers minimize the environmental impact of their motor vehicles has always been a driving force of our business. But your NitroFill Dealer has made it their business to do even more.
NitroFill will offer to plant a tree with every NitroFill Cap Kit purchase. Every qualified registration and accompanying tree dedication, through your participating NitroFill Dealer, will help fund the purchase and planting of a tree. Your tree dedication will be posted on the Nitrofill website, on your behalf and dedicated to the person or cause of your choice.
NitroFill and your NitroFill Dealer have partnered with National Forest Foundation to provide you an opportunity to join us in an effort to improve and restore our embattled planet’s health and resources.
The history of the
National Forest Foundation
Chartered by Congress, the National Forest Foundation was created in 1993 with a simple mission: bring people together to restore and enhance our National Forests and Grasslands. As the nonprofit partner of the U.S. Forest Service, National Forest Foundation works with the agency and thousands of Americans each year to promote the health and public enjoyment of our 193-million-acre National Forest System.
Hat Creek Wildfire Reforestation – Lassen National Forest, California
Covering more than 1 million acres in northeastern California, the Lassen National Forest contains 92,000 acres of old growth Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forests. Unfortunately, the forest has been plagued by the same droughts that have affected much of California, heightening wildfire risk.
Between 2012 and 2014, numerous wildfires swept across the Lassen National Forest, damaging old growth forests, displacing forest dwelling animal species and damaging vital watersheds. To respond to the fires, the Forest has initiated an aggressive reforestation plan in 2018. In the spring of 2018, the Forest plans to plant seedlings across hundreds of acres that were affected by the fires.
To learn more about National Forest Foundation and the Lassen National Forest project please visit www.nationalforests.org