For a second consecutive year, partners of the Northern Arizona Forest Fund volunteered to help improve Arizona’s Oak Creek watershed on the Coconino National Forest as part of a Friends of the Forest® Volunteer Day. SanTan Brewing Company, Pink Jeep Tours, Nackard Beverages and Salt River Project all came together for the volunteer day, turning out 27 volunteers.
In celebration of Earth Day, Boxed Water Is Better and the National Forest Foundation (NFF) announce the return of ReTree, a partnership between the two organizations aiming to plant more than 200,000 trees in 2016.
The Matching Awards Program (MAP) invested $927,000 in on-the-ground projects. Conservation work will take place on several National Forests across the country supporting themes of Outdoor Experiences and Forest Health. These projects provide a lasting impact to the land, water, and wildlife of the National Forest System.
The U.S. Forest Service recognized Trout Unlimited and the Tahoe National Forest Fisheries Biologist for stream restoration work on the Tahoe. The work supports the NFF’s Treasured Landscapes campaign efforts.
The National Forest Foundation announced today the winners of the 2015 Barrett Foundation Business Concept Challenge. This unique business concept competition awards the best entrepreneurial approaches that solve one or more of the challenges facing America’s 193-million-acre National Forest System.
To ensure consistent quality of their award-winning Southwestern Style Ales and the longevity of their business, SanTan Brewing Company is teaming up with Crescent Crown Distributing and the National Forest Foundation (NFF) to launch “Tap to Top,” a campaign that helps Phoenix area residents understand where their water (and beer) comes from.
On November 8, 2015, a crisp but gorgeous fall day, a group of community stewards volunteered for a Friends of the Forest® volunteer restoration project to help out the bull trout in Goat Creek on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
The National Forest Foundation and partners recently completed the final project of the NFF’s Treasured Landscapes: Unforgettable Experiences campaign site on the Deschutes National Forest. The Whychus Overlook is now open to the public and offers a wonderful site to view the amazing scenery that the Sisters Ranger District has to offer.
With support from the National Forest Foundation, during the Summer of 2015, 26 youth had the opportunity to gain paid work experience in the beautiful Wild and Scenic Upper Priest River Corridor on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF), with the generous support of public agencies and private organizations, is restoring the Big Tujunga watershed by removing the invasive weed Arundo donax. The watershed-based restoration program will implement the following practices: manual removal of invasive plants, removal of invasive plants using herbicide, re-vegetation of native species, and maintenance and monitoring. The project is targeting a coverage area of 50 acres over a five-year period.