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In memory of Robert "Bob" Francis Doyle

Plant trees in memory of Bob

Arbor Day Foundation will plant trees in Bob's memory on your behalf. The trees are planted in Klamath National Forest in California. A $2 donation to Arbor Day Foundation is needed for each tree planted.

Multiple fires have deforested substantial acreage across the forest. Significant deforested acreage is in Northern Spotted Owl Reserve land or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service designated Northern spotted owl critical habitat. The Klamath, Scott, and Salmon Rivers are habitat for threatened and endangered Coho Salmon. Reforestation needs have become a necessity because of the sequential fires crossing large landscape areas of the Forest. For acres selected for reforestation in 2018, it is a common result of these fires that seed sources are minimal to non-existent due to the large acreage consumed.

About Arbor Day Foundation: Each year, the Arbor Day Foundation plants millions of trees across the globe to help clean our drinking water, filter the air, slow climate change, and protect critical wildlife habitats. The need for trees in our forests is greater than ever before. Wildfires, disease, and deforestation have destroyed millions of acres of trees, and your donation will help bring these forests back to life.

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Uncle Bob loved his family and friends. He was the one person, when at a function, that would go out of his way to spea…
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