There are now nearly 6,000 new trees in the ground, thanks to volunteers with the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund.
Southern California Edison and Cal Fire also helped sponsor the project, called "Seedlings of Hope."
All the tree seedlings went out to property owners who lost trees during the Creek Fire.
The idea is to help revive the forest land by planting new native trees.
All in all, the CSRF hopes to get 48,000 more new trees planted this Fall.
If you're interested in requesting seedlings for your private property, go here.
The Fund is intended for long-term Creek Fire recovery efforts in communities like Huntington Lake, Lakeshore, big Creek, Shaver Lake, Pine Ridge, Meadow Lakes, Alder Springs, and Auberry.
If you're interested in donating to the fund, go here.