Through the Investing in the Great Outdoors campaign, the NFF, the U.S. Forest Service and community partners are working together to expand restoration efforts while increasing the collective capacity of local groups to engage in hands-on stewardship and recreational infrastructure improvements.
Working with local partners, we are creating better fish and wildlife habitat, enhancing recreational experiences and increasing the number and diversity of the stewards of the Forest into the future.
Working closely with local nonprofit organizations and volunteer groups dedicated to fourteeners, and the Forest Service, we are working to increase the pace and scale of improvements to sustainable recreation opportunities on Colorado’s fourteeners on National Forest Lands.
Focusing on wildlife habitat and recreation resources, our work improved critical places on Arkansas’ Ozark National Forest.
Working together with a wide range of partners, the NFF is bringing back native tallgrass prairie to Illinois.
On the Wasatch Front, the NFF is working with communities to support clean water and recreation opportunities for the Salt Lake City region.
In 2013, the NFF embarked upon a collaborative effort to improve the wetland and stream ecology of the valley, and to honor the rich military history of the Eagle River at Camp Hale.
To celebrate the 2018 WMNF centennial and uphold the stewardship commitment to restore and protect these lands for the next 100 years, the NFF has planned activities and projects leading up to this important milestone through the “Honoring the White Mountain Forest Legacy” initiative.