The National Forest Foundation will plant more than five million trees on National Forests in 2019 – its largest effort ever – providing major benefits for these public lands.
The National Forest Foundation is harnessing the energies of and investing in the next generation through our Conservation Connect Fellowship program. We are growing by a factor of five this year! In 2018 we awarded two Fellowships. In 2019, we have selected ten graduate students from six different universities for Fellowships.
The National Forest Foundation’s California Wildfire Reforestation Fund was established as a vehicle for investments to reforest California’s National Forests impacted by recent wildfires.
Mt. Emmons Mining Company Contributes to Public Land Stewardship in the Gunnison Valley & Issues Challenge for Local Businesses to Join the Effort
Matching fundraising campaign will offset impacts to campers by the partial government shutdown
Partners receive 10% of ESC’s net profits to fund projects to help wildlife thrive
The National Forest Foundation establishes fund to generate support for tree planting in the wake of historic California wildfire season.
On Saturday, October 6th, the National Forest Foundation received the top honor at Arizona Forward’s 38th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards presented by SRP. The organization’s Northern Arizona Forest Fund received both a Crescordia award as a “Sustainability Champion” and the President’s Award, beating out dozens of other organizations for the highest honor of the evening.
Lake Quinault Lodge Helps Fund National Forest Foundation’s Forest Stewardship Fund Program
Tree-planting effort restores 13,000 acres on 25 National Forests and plants 17 different native species.