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
The Yaak Headwaters Restoration Project, spearheaded by the Yaak Valley Forest Council works with multiple agency partners and NFF to restore streams, mitigate noxious weeds and monitor native trout habitat.Read more
With assistance from the National Forest Foundation’s Ski Conservation Fund, Friends of Pathways (FOP) just completed the construction of two separate-use trails departing from one of Jackson Hole’s most popular trailheads.Read more
In 2017, REI helped restore and maintain trails and recreation areas across our National Forests. through a $1 million investment. As we look ahead to #OptOutside on Black Friday, we’re thankful for REI’s generous support at these special places.Read more
With NFF support, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy employed on-Trail educators, engaged citizens in on-the-ground stewardship, involved the greater north Georgia community in efforts to protect the resource, and improved standards and practices for visitor data collection and management.Read more
Trout Unlimited partnered with the National Forest Foundation through their Matching Awards Program to improve watershed health and reduce non-point source pollution by removing contaminated sediment and establishing native vegetation in Colorado.Read more
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