Earlier this month, eight high school students from Tucson, Arizona decided not to vacation or take it easy on their fall break. Instead, they participated in the second iteration of the Earth Conservation Internship on the Coronado National Forest. The week was a culmination of a truly collaborative effort between many organizations including the National Forest Foundation, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, U.S. Forest Service, Arizona Conservation Corps, Youth Career Connect and Pima County One Stop.
Read about high school students' experience on the Coronado National Forest in their own words.Read more
Friend of the NFF, Aspen Center for Environmental Studies has developed a new tool called the Forest Health Index. The Index will help Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley community make sense of the complex environmental conditions affecting the local forest.Read more
With funding from the NFF’s Matching Awards Program, the Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council supported invasive species removal on Washington National Forests. Julie Combs and Lizbeth Seebacher share the results of the 2014 field season.Read more
The Rocky Mountain Conservancy - Conservation Corps youth crews have been busy working throughout the Arapaho Roosevelt National Forest in Colorado.Read more
On Tuesday June 12th, members of the Lake Tahoe West Restoration Partnership ventured into the field together to learn about potential techniques for restoring forests and watersheds in the Lake Tahoe basin.Read more
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