Sustainability Author, Advocate Promoting Forest Conservation

Mother Nature Calling For Help

Deforestation is out of control. Forests are going at the speed of light and so are the plants and animals that live within them.

A public relations and public affairs firm from the United States (Denver, New York and Phoenix) has offered to be the hired gun for the voiceless and their advocates.

Africa wildlife conservation

Crossbow Communications is an award-winning firm that has worked with leading journalists around the world to help shift public opinion and public policy. In fact, the company’s founder, Gary R. Chandler, convinced news legend Mike Wallace to help with an award-winning campaign. He also has recruited top athletes, including members of the Denver Broncos, to help with cause-related efforts.

Chandler hopes to do the same for endangered species and sustainability causes. His company also has started an innovative, yet simple program called Sacred Seedlings. The intent is to promote forest conservation, reforestation and urban forestry.

Tanzania and Kenya wildlife conservation

Sacred Seedlings is a global initiative to support forest conservation, reforestation, urban forestry, sustainable agriculture and wildlife conservation. Sustainable land management and land use are critical to the survival of entire ecosystems. Sacred Seedlings is a U.S.-based program that supports the vision of local stakeholders. We have projects ready across Africa. We seek additional projects elsewhere around the world. We also seek volunteers, sponsors and donors of cash and in-kind support.

PR firm climate change and forest conservation

Crossbow Communications specializes in public affairs, issue management and marketing strategy. The strategists have influenced public opinion and public policy around the globe. http://crossbowcommunications.com/public-affairs-firm-phoenix/

About Gary Chandler

Gary Chandler is the founder and Executive Director of Sacred Seedlings, a division of Earth Tones, Inc.

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