OUR MISSION: As our climate changes, ACER supports communities with grassroots initiatives to plant trees, and educates on how to measure, monitor and report on tree health and growth.

Riparian Rangers rare

In fall and spring 2016, through Riparian Rangers , rare and ACER worked with student and adult volunteers to plant 1060 trees and shrubs, then tag, map, and measure 106 plants. This project was funded by the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund (GLGCF), and accomplished in cooperation with rare Charitable Research Reserve.


Click here to read the full project report or check out the monitoring data and maps below.


Cruickston Creek site:

Spring 2016 Monitoring Data

Spring 2016 Monitoring Map

Fall 2016 Monitoring Data

Fall 2016 Monitoring Map

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