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.
The NFF, the Ocala National Forest, and local residents and organizations joined together on April 11, 2015 to hold a day-long celebration of Florida’s Silver Glen Springs and the collaborative process that resulted in a long-term stewardship plan benefiting wildlife, recreationists and the Springs themselves.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is pleased to announce an expanded partnership with OneMain Financial. First established in 2014, the partnership between OneMain Financial and the NFF has resulted in the planting of more than 200,000 native tree seedlings in California and Minnesota.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is accepting pre-proposals for the 2015 Barrett Foundation Business Concept Challenge beginning today. This annual challenge provides an opportunity for teams to compete for $100,000 in prize money for innovative, market-based solutions to natural resource challenges.
Boxed Water’s goal to plant one million trees represents the largest single tree-planting commitment to date for the NFF and marks the start of a five year effort to plant trees in areas of our National Forests with highest ecological significance.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) announced today the winners of the 2014 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.