The Endangered – Chinchilla

Many people choose to keep Chinchillas as pets even though they are expensive and a big commitment; but they’re so much more than that. While many Chinchilla owners think of them as domestic pets, they are an important part of their native ecosystem, and unfortunately they are critically endangered.

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Save Our Water & Our Trees

Less than 1% of Earth’s water is of drinking quality and it must meet the needs of over 7.3 billion people worldwide. No matter where you are you can help save water. Check out the great educational resources to learn tips and tricks to put in action and campaigns to join on our Water Learn Page!

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The Endangered – White Rhinoceros

White Rhinos, the largest of all rhinos, are daunting, cute, and unfortunately very close to extinction. These animals are the second largest land mammal, and are found in South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, The Democratic Republic of Congo, and Kenya. The primary reasons for their near extinction are poaching and habitat loss. These animals are not […]

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The latest from the 3×3 Campaign

Last month six youth participated in planting 250 trees at the Njap Water Catchment Facility in Nkambe Central of the North West Region of Cameroon. Partners for the Planet has had almost one million trees planted for its 3×3 Campaign. Will you join them?

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The Endangered – African Elephant

Elephants are the big animals that make cute, huge babies that everyone adores. Unfortunately, many species of elephants, including the African elephant, are in danger of becoming extinct. This is due in large part because they’re hunted for the precious ivory their tusks are made of. In the meantime, elephants have been trying to keep […]

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The Endangered – Grey Wolf

Wolves are an often misunderstood animal that plays a big part in our ecosystem. Wolves help keep animal populations such as elk and deer under control and the remains of their prey help nourish smaller animals and the soil around them.

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So You Decided to Water Your Lawn Less, Now What?

With growing awareness of California’s catastrophic drought, talk has turned to water conservation, often with an emphasis on turning off sprinklers and letting lawns die. While it is true that landscaping accounts for 57% of the water used in California homes, this water often has greater environmental benefits than it is credited. Lawns produce oxygen […]

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The Endangered – Bees

Bees are the fuzzy flying insects that some people love, some fear, and all benefit from.  There are 20,000 known species of bees around the globe and they help pollinate 35% of all agricultural crops.

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What are you doing for Earth Day 2015?

Here are some of the ways Tree Musketeers Youth Managers are giving back!   Northrop Grumman Earth Day Workshop Thurs, April 23, 12pm – 2pm Tree Musketeer’s Youth Managers will give an informational talk on the benefits of trees to Northrop Grumman employees to celebrate Earth Day!   VOICE Earth Day Festival Sat, April 25, […]

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Come lend a helping hand for Big Sunday!

Come help care for our famous Memory Trees and Trees to the Sea. Volunteers will be spreading mulch, removing invasive species and watering the trees to prepare them to be healthy and more beautiful than ever for the approaching summer. For info and to sign up contact Melanie Berringer at 310-322-0263 or volunteers@treemusketeers.org    

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