FORT WORTH, Texas — Storm Guard has renewed its partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) to plant native trees across the United States. In 2021, the NFF planted over 17,000 trees due to this partnership.
"Storm Guard is always looking for ways to make our green footprint," said Shane Lynch, president of Storm Guard. "It's important to our entire team to remember to give back to the Earth for all of the materials that it has provided for us. Without it, we couldn't do our job. We plan to make sure that we leave this Earth just as beautiful as we found it."
For every roof Storm Guard installs, the NFF plants five trees. These trees get planted in national forests in the greatest need of reforestation. This year, Storm Guard plans to continue their partnership and plant as many trees as they possibly can.
"We are thrilled to work together with Storm Guard again this year," said Mindy Crowell, the NFF's reforestation partnerships director. "The NFF's 50 Million for Our Forests tree planting campaign addresses the most urgent need of reforestation on National Forests across the country. Thanks to corporate partners like Storm Guard, we are able to protect wildlife, improve forest ecosystems' natural functioning, preserve drinking water supply, and ensure these amazing public lands offer diverse opportunities for recreation and wellness for all Americans for many generations to come."
In addition to continuing efforts to keep the Earth healthy and thriving, Storm Guard is on a mission to provide exceptional restoration services to households all across the country by creating franchising opportunities.