Tree-Land Foundation Inc.

Helping young people learn to grow by creating hands-on, local and international environmental education programs that benefit the earth and its inhabitants and foster an “attitude of gratitude” among participants.



ONE AMERICA - Program Age Groups


The Program focuses on two different groups 




Primary - Young people of the United States

  • High school age 14 to 18

  • College age 18 to 22  

Secondary - Young people of Mexico 

ONE AMERICA and Yaxunah village young people

  • High school age youth in local villages

  • High school and college age youth in Mexican service organizations, Yaxunah’s local youth chapter of Yucatan Cultural Foundation and Cuerpos de Conservacion (Mexican Conservation Corps)


ONE AMERICA - General Information

ONE AMERICA - Activities and Accomplishments

ONE AMERICA - Program Age Groups

ONE AMERICA - Why Yucatan?

ONE AMERICA - Project Partners

ONE AMERICA - Goals and Objectives

ONE AMERICA - Customized College Program

                    Our Philosophy - R. Martin

                                "If you want to touch the past... touch a stone.

                                   If you want to touch the present... touch a tree.

                                            If you want to touch the future... touch a child."



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    Email:     Tel.:  ( 301) 471- 9998     P. O. Box 535 , Myersville, MD 21773 USA  

WITH GREAT APPRECIATIONThis website was designed and created for Tree-Land Foundation by the delightful Beatriz Wallace, an intelligent, very talented and lovely woman who's a student at Amherst College, Amherst, Mass.  Thank you, Bea!
                                                                                                                                                                             Last modified: August 05, 2005