National Forest Foundation

Tree Planting

Natural disasters such as wildfire and insect and disease outbreaks have deforested millions of acres of our National Forests. With support from mindful individuals, small businesses, corporations and foundations, the NFF is planting trees for generations to come. Newly planted trees enhance wildlife habitat, sequester carbon dioxide, provide future recreation opportunities and help restore watersheds.

Donate Online to Plant Trees

You can generate countless benefits for your forests, communities, and all Americans through the simple act of planting a tree! Simply click here and choose your donation level. You can give a Gift of Trees or make a general donation to plant trees.

Small Business Partnerships

Small Businesses have the opportunity to provide a meaningful contribution for the health and vitality of our National Forests through tree planting and small business partnerships.

Trees for US

Our Trees for US program offers customized tree-planting partnerships for sustainability-minded companies. Create compelling conservation success stories while gaining public recognition for a strong commitment to the environment. Click here to learn more about how to partner with the NFF through Trees for US.

Plow and Hearth’s partnership with the NFF has been a great success! The NFF has been easy and professional to work with and our customers love to help restore and protect our National Forests.

Lynn Gore, VP of Marketing, Plow and Hearth

Featured Project

Reforesting the Mississippi River Headwaters

Working with our corporate partners, the NFF helped reforest a large area of the Chippewa National Forest in the headwaters region of the Mississippi River basin.

You Can Help


Donate online to support more tree-planting projects on our National Forests.

Featured Partner

Through Trees for US, Caudalie planted 80,0000 trees on the Chippewa National Forest.


If you have questions about our tree planting programs or are interested in a partnership, contact Wes Swaffar, Senior Manager of Ecosystem Services at 406.830.3356 or