National Forest Foundation

New Web Site Includes New Features and Old Favorites

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Launched this month, our new website features a fresh look for popular pages such as the blog and Find a Forest, while introducing new components like a collaboration tool search and case studies.

We designed the new site to inspire and also inform Americans about their National Forests. The simple navigation guides users to engaging and helpful content about places to play and the many benefits of our National Forests.

The new collaboration tool search enables conservation professionals or other interested parties to quickly find documents, best practices, webinars and more. Our case studies feature the stories behind our work – the communities we work with, the partners we support and the forests we cherish.

The magazine of the NFF, Your National Forests, also has a new home. With a clean “reader” format full of engaging images, these articles have never looked better and are more searchable and accessible with their new online home.

What is your favorite part of the new website? Let us know if the comments below.


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