Corporate Partners

As a partner in the Carbon Capital Fund, Chevrolet funded the planting of 112,500 trees on 250 acres of the San Juan National Forest near Durango, CO. Additionally, the Chevrolet Tree Project is planting 175,000 trees on National Forests across the country.
With properties and operations from the Western Slope to the Front Range, the identity of Vail Resorts is intertwined with Colorado and its natural heritage. Vail Resorts is a leading member of the NFF's Ski Conservation Fund and is the lead private partner in the Hayman Restoration Partnership.
Plow and Hearth, a catalog and internet retailer of high-quality home and garden products, has partnered with the NFF in its Campaign to Re-Forest America. Aiming to replenish National Forests, Plow and Hearth has helped plant nearly two million trees.
Alliance Pipeline safely transports enough energy to fuel the needs of seven million homes. Through a partnership with the NFF, Alliance Pipeline supports the continued restoration of Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie, a Treasured Landscape campaign site.
Through the NFF's Carbon Capital Fund, the Walt Disney Company is planting approximately 154,000 trees on the Angeles National Forest. These trees will help the forest recover from the Station Fire, while sequestering carbon and improving water and air quality for L.A's millions of residents.
One of the largest utility companies in the U.S., Southern California Edison supports the NFF's Treasured Landscapes campaign through their contribution for the "Friends of the Angeles" group.
Through their Trees for Change program, Salt River Project has teamed with the NFF to replant burned areas in Arizona, including the Kaibab, Coconino, and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. To date, SRP has planted over 500,000 trees on National Forests that have been affected by wildfire.
We make it easy for small businesses and corporations to participate in tree-planting. Our custom programs can help companies demonstrate large-scale conservation results while gaining public recognition for a strong commitment to the environment.
Across the country, lodges, resorts, guiding companies, campgrounds, and other businesses are partners in the NFF's Ski Conservation Fund or the Forest Stewardship Fund. At participating businesses, visitors give back to the National Forests their recreating on.