Donations from Sunlight Mountain Resort’s guests will support restoration efforts on the White River National Forest, including areas recently burned by the Grizzly Creek Fire.
Tree plantings throughout the nation to focus on environmentally important public lands beleaguered by wildfires, insects, disease, and funding shortages
Collaboration supports conservation, restoration and tree-planting efforts of the National Forest Foundation
Ford Bronco® brand and Filson, the rugged outdoor outfitter, join forces to celebrate wildland firefighters and support the National Forest Foundation, unveiling the Bronco + Filson Wildland Fire Rig concept and limited-edition outdoor gear to help fund reforestation and forest preservation
The innovative, new pilot program created to conserve and improve high-use trails throughout Denver metro area
This partnership will address critical reforestation needs across the National Forest System.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) announced today that the public can donate to the White River National Forest Restoration Fund to support critical restoration work on the forest including areas recently burned by the Grizzly Creek Fire.
In the second grant round of 2020, the NFF’s Matching Awards Program invested more than $600,000 in 22 on-the-ground conservation projects. Each project was proposed and will be led by local nonprofit organizations across the country.
Phase one trail construction will begin this week on the Cutthroat Trail, a roughly 5.5-mile trail situated above the East Fork of Hermosa Creek on the Columbine Ranger District. This new multiple-use trail will be accessible to E-bikes, hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers wanting to explore the Hermosa area, and will be the first non-motorized trail open to E-Bikes. Public use of the trail will not be allowed during phase one construction, which will be complete September 30th.
Lake Tahoe West partners have released an interactive “story map” to explain ongoing and proposed actions to restore forests and watersheds across 59,000 acres of Lake Tahoe’s west shore.