Gunnison Energy Contributes to Public Land Stewardship in the Gunnison Valley & Supports Local Businesses with Creative Partnership
The National Forest Foundation’s White River National Forest Ski Conservation Fund celebrates its 12th year by granting $675,000 for on-the-ground conservation projects.
Vital to the health of our communities and our nation, National Forests belong to every citizen.
The hard work and investments from many partners and supporters have paid off, and we’re proud to name Quandary as the first Find Your Fourteener ‘graduate’ to the Fourteeners Honor Roll.
Spearheaded by the Gunnison County Sustainable Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Committee, leaders from local government and the community, the Gunnison County Stewardship Fund approved three priority stewardship projects to receive investments.
Funding will improve National Forest recreation, support youth engagement in the outdoors and encourage Americans to enjoy their National Forests.
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