Accelerating Restoration Across the U.S.

In partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the Bezos Earth Fund is investing in promising nature-based solutions to curb carbon emissions.

Two women in the process of planting a new tree sapling
(Photo credit: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation)

This project accelerates nature-based solutions across the U.S. by engaging the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s extensive network of grantees, partners, and programs to competitively award grants. These grants identify and fund landscape-scale restoration by investing in projects that sequester and store carbon and increase biodiversity. In the spirit of Justice40, a minimum of 40% of these funds will be allocated to benefit low-income, Indigenous, and communities of color.

Restoration activities include reforestation, urban tree-planting and stormwater infrastructure, riparian restoration, and soil management on working lands.

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