The Dale Earnhardt Foundation and American Forests, the nation’s oldest conservation organization, have partnered on an exciting environmental and educational project called the “Dale Earnhardt Forest.” As a part of this effort, a number of schools will be selected and designated “Dale Earnhardt Living Classrooms.”
To date, 40 sixth through eighth grade school teachers in North Carolina...More Details
This four-year project will plant 77,000 trees in 15 county region surrounding Charlotte, NC.
The goal of the Dale Earnhardt Forest is to restore trees to the city of Charlotte and to restore wildlife habitat, expand \greenways, and return trees to riparian areas, then to expand the Dale Earnhardt Forest to the 16 states he raced in during his illustrious career and ultimately across...More Details
In 2003, The Dale Earnhardt Foundation was one of many environmental organizations and foundations that supported a Ducks Unlimited project for the restoration of earthen dams that protect 58,000 acres of wetlands in Southwest Louisiana.
This facilitated preserving the wildlife habitat of over 900 species. The success of the project was proven following the impact of Hurricane Katrina...More Details