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Replenishing Over a Billion Liters of Water

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Coca-Cola’s ground-breaking partnership achieved an ambitious milestone and is on track to double that commitment by 2018. Restoration of damaged watersheds and meadowlands returned more than a billion liters of water to the National Forest System – which provides drinking water to more than 60 million Americans.

Replenishing Over a Billion Liters of Water, Partnership between The Coca-Cola Company, USDA, Forest Service, and the National Forest Foundation


Restoring Denver’s Watersheds National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 964 KB)

Reintroducing Beavers in Washington State National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 1.44 MB)

Restoring the Midewin Prairie National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 1.48 MB)

Restoring River Flows in Michigan National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 765 KB)

Restoring California’s Indian Valley National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 373 KB)

New Mexico Wetlands Restoration National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 2.44 MB)

Invasive Species Removal in California National Water Replenishment and Enhancement Initiative (PDF, 495 KB)

 

Become a Forest Service partner

Our partners are a key to our success. You can join a wide range of groups who plant trees, provide conservation education, enhance trails or perform a host of other valuable services. In FY 2012, we entered into more than 7,700 grants and agreements with partners who made a total of about $535 million in cash and in-kind contributions.

Partnership Stories

 

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