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.
Supporting both critical salmon habitat and important community capacity, the NFF’s work on Alaska’s Tongass National Forest will ensure both the natural and human communities endure.
Working closely with local communities, we are supporting healthy forests, sustainable recreation and clean water on the Tahoe National Forest.
The National Forest Foundation is working to improve the stewardship, restoration, recreation, management, and outreach to the community of San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.
Following the devastating Hayman Fire of 2002, the NFF worked with corporations, organizations and the Forest Service to repair the watershed of Trail Creek, a tributary to the Upper South Platte River, and an important source of water for Denver and other Front Range communities.
The NFF is working to restore the health of two critical ecosystems and bring communities together to steward these special places on the Ocala National Forest.
Working closely with community partners and the Forest Service, the NFF restored many areas in the Methow Valley on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest to improve wildlife habitat and recreation experiences.