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Recreation  

Seven of our Favorite National Forest Campgrounds in New Mexico

by Suzanne Dow

After more than twenty years of crisscrossing this magnificent country, visiting 155 National Forests and 20 Grasslands, Fred and Suzi Dow have come to appreciate the diversity of recreational opportunities found in our public lands. Here they describe some of their favorite campgrounds in New Mexico. Read more…

NFF, Conservation  

Tree Planting: Partnering for Good

by Wes Swaffar

Consumers are increasingly interested in supporting businesses that have a strong commitment to environmental sustainability. Creating meaningful sustainability initiatives that strike a balance between your business and the environment can be challenging. The NFF’s Trees for US program offers a proven solution: strategic reforestation partnerships designed to benefit your business AND restore America’s forests. Read more…

Recreation  

Eight of Our Favorite National Forest Campgrounds in Arizona

by Suzanne Dow

After more than twenty years of crisscrossing this magnificent country, visiting 155 National Forests and 20 Grasslands, Fred and Suzi Dow have come to appreciate the diversity of recreational opportunities found in our public lands. Here they describe some of their favorite campgrounds in Arizona. Read more…

National Forests, Recreation  

Those Who Know Snow: Snow Ranger Pro Tips in the Backcountry

by Kate Jerman

Max Forgensi has worked in the snow as an avalanche forecaster, avalanche educator and Snow Ranger for the Forest Service since 2003. We asked Max to share a few “Pro Tips” on how to enjoy a safe and fun winter in the backcountry on the White River National Forest. Read more…

NFF, Conservation  

Partners collaborate to find solutions on the Carson National Forest

by Emily Olsen

The NFF partnered with the Carson National Forest in February to host a Recreation Partnerships Summit in two New Mexico communities. NFF and Carson National Forest staff facilitated a positive, solutions-oriented discussion with 87 people at the KTAOS Solar Center in Taos and 38 at Ghost Ranch Education & Retreat Center in Abiquiu. Read more…