National Forest Foundation

Corporate Partnerships

As a corporate partner, there are many benefits to working with the National Forest Foundation. Your support reaps tangible conservation results for our nation’s forests, watersheds, wildlife, and recreation resources. The NFF’s corporate partners connect with thousands of outdoors enthusiasts, conservationists and our own Friends of the Forest. They also creatively engage employees and customers in helping support and care for our forests. Most importantly, in partnership with the NFF, companies can demonstrate their commitment to perpetuating our uniquely American legacy of public lands. The NFF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit conservation organization, making your support tax-deductible.

The NFF recognizes our corporate partners in many ways, including through our web-site, various publications, e-newsletters and special events.

To learn more about the benefits of corporate partnerships, contact:

Ray Foote, Executive Vice President, 571.366.1705

Corporate Partnership Opportunities

We work with corporate partners to design custom cause-related marketing, sponsorship, strategic restoration and other partnerships that restore our National Forests and provide businesses with high quality outreach opportunities.

From Los Angeles to Atlanta, the National Forest System provides water to millions of Americans in thousands of communities. Our watershed restoration programs provide tangible and cost-effective water-related conservation results for businesses that want to protect this invaluable resource. These projects help our partners meet targeted water sustainability goals by: providing measured water replenishment benefits, reducing sediment in streams and rivers, and engaging customers and employees in this critical issue.

Our Trees for US tree-planting program provides corporations and small businesses with a great opportunity to engage their customers and clients in addressing the reforestation need on our National Forests.

The Carbon Capital Fund is an innovative way for businesses and individuals to help reforest our National Forests and sequester carbon dioxide.

Our signature Ski Conservation Fund (SCF) and Forest Stewardship Fund (FSF) programs provide funding for action-oriented on-the-ground restoration projects or citizen-based monitoring projects that improve forest health and outdoor experiences on National Forests and Grasslands. Funds come from guest contributions at ski areas and lodges operating on or adjacent to National Forest System lands, and we add additional funding for the SCF program to increase our impact and get more done on the ground.

Vail Resorts

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 was the lead private partner in the Hayman Restoration Partnership. Vail is also supporting lynx habitat improvement projects on the White River National Forest as well.



MillerCoors has a three-part water stewardship strategy, spanning from its barley fields to its breweries and local watersheds. Since 2008, MillerCoors has saved more than 1.4 billion gallons of water in its brewery operations alone – enough to meet the water needs of more than 13,100 average American households for an entire year. As part of its commitment to its brewery watersheds, MillerCoors has also pledged to help restore billions of gallons of water annually in water-stressed environments. In 2015, MillerCoors began a partnership with NFF to help restore millions of gallons of water annually to the San Gabriel Watershed in drought-stricken California by removing a water intensive and prolific invasive species called Arundo donax.

Plow & Hearth

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.



Caudalie is a privately owned cosmetics company based in Paris with four boutique stores in the United States and eight others worldwide. With a deep commitment to green principles and sustainable practices, Caudalie has made a signature investment in National Forests by committing to plant at least one million trees by 2018. Co-founder Mathilde Thomas notes that “This partnership demonstrates Caudalie’s commitment to giving back to the Earth a little of what it gives us every day. We are thrilled to be working with the NFF to restore America’s National Forests."


Alliance Pipeline, Ltd.

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 Landscapes campaign site.

Walt Disney Company

Through the NFF's Carbon Capital Fund, the Walt Disney Company is hundreds of thousands of trees on the Angeles National Forest and San Juan National Forest. These trees will help these forests recover from recent wildfires, while sequestering the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.


Edison International

One of the largest utility companies in the U.S., Edison International supports the NFF's Treasured Landscapes campaign through their support of our efforts on the Angeles National Forests and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. Additional support benefits other Southern California National Forests.

Salt River Project

Through their Trees for Change program, Salt River Project has teamed with the NFF to replant burned areas in Northern Arizona. To date, SRP has planted more than 800,000 trees on National Forests that have been affected by wildfire. Additionally, SRP is a leading partner and supporter of the Northern Arizona Forest Fund, which is restoring critical watersheds and reducing the risk of severe fire on National Forests in Northern Arizona.


As part of their commitment to become water neutral by 2020, Coca-Cola began partnering with the NFF in 2012 to sponsor watershed restoration projects that return water back to nature. Through mountain meadow restoration, stream channel improvements and invasive species removal, Coca-Cola has replenished more than 1 billion liters of water back to nature.


Headquartered in Chicago, Exelon does business in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Exelon is one of the largest competitive U.S. power generators, with more than 32,000 megawatts of owned capacity comprising one of the nation’s cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets. Exelon’s support has helped restore Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie and expanded our Midewin Youth Corps program, which brings two crews of urban youth from Chicago for six weeks of job training, mentoring, and restoration at Midewin.

Lands’ End

Lands’ End, a high-quality American clothing retailer, began their partnership with the NFF in 2012. As one of the NFFs leading reforestation partners, Lands’ End has planted one million trees on National Forests in need of reforestation in the Great Lakes area and California.


OneMain Financial

OneMain Financial provides personal loans serviced at local neighborhood branches and works with customers one-on-one to find a loan solution. As a tree-planting partner, OneMain Financial is supporting important large-scale reforestation projects across the country.


Climax Molybdenum Company

Climax Molybdenum Company, a subsidiary of Freeport-McMoRan, is the world’s leading molybdenum producer and supplier. Climax’s support is allowing the NFF to explore a wetlands mitigation program that will provide new opportunities to restore critical wetlands on Colorado’s West Slope and beyond.

One Percent for the Planet

As a One Percent for the Planet recipient, the NFF works with One Percent's partners to deliver custom, creative partnerships that produce measurable results while highlighting the partner's commitment to the environment. We are proud to work with Caudalie and Boxed Water through this partnership.

Ski Conservation and Forest Stewardship Fund partners