10,000 Trees for Vietnam

10,000 Trees for Vietnam is an environmental justice project created in collaboration with the Vietnamese forester Phung Tuu Boi. Its purpose is to restore biodiversity to an area of central Vietnam that was heavily sprayed with herbicides, chief among them Agent Orange, during the American War in Vietnam. This project is a sequel to the Peace Village Projectwhich raised substantial funds for scholarships for third generation Vietnamese child victims of Agent Orange.

10,000 Trees for Vietnam