The NFF has been asked to provide support to strengthen collaborative engagement in the Nantahala and Pisgah Land and Resource Management Plan revision effort. The NFF will provide assistance through assessment and process design, meeting logistics and facilitation, collaboration-skill building, knowledge sharing and capacity building.
With support from the Equinox Foundation, the NFF is working with the Forest Service, local partners and volunteer citizen scientists to protect and restore rare and native plants and to eradicate detrimental non-native invasive weeds in the Lightning Creek drainage of the Idaho Panhandle National Forest.
The National Forest Foundation and Blount International are pleased to announce a unique partnership to augment the NFF’s U.S. tree-planting initiatives and support international forestry and agriculture conservation efforts in Brazil.
The NFF's Fund will support the work of the 5B Restoration Coalition.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is pleased to announce that the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest has awarded a nearly $1 million contract to initiate work on a hazardous fuels reduction project that is among a suite of restoration efforts underway as part of the NFF’s Treasured Landscapes: Majestic Methow campaign.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) co-hosted the event with Dan and Martine Drackett and Lynn Campion-Waddell to introduce the Coalition to the community, celebrate post-Beaver Creek fire restoration accomplishments, and outline the work that still needs to be done.
As part of its Majestic Methow Treasured Landscapes campaign, the NFF organized a trail-building volunteer event this May on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
The Phoenix City Council has approved a three-year partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) to help protect Phoenix’s water supply. The NFF’s work will consist of watershed improvement projects on National Forest lands in northern Arizona.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) and U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region (USFS) have recently awarded $191,500 through nine separate grants to improve landscape conditions, forest health and water quality in California through the Community Capacity and Land Stewardship (CCLS) grant program. The CCLS program helps forest collaboratives and community-based organizations reach agreement on landscape scale restoration and create forest-based jobs.
The NFF’s ambitious campaign to restore the Majestic Methow is kicking into high gear this summer with several great volunteering opportunities.