Funding will improve National Forest recreation, support youth engagement in the outdoors and encourage Americans to enjoy their National Forests.
As part of its national Treasured Landscapes, Unforgettable Experiences conservation program, the National Forest Foundation NFF has recently designated the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forests as a Treasured Landscape.
Projects make improvements to OHV riding trails in Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest and Florida’s Apalachicola National Forest
The Board of Directors of the National Forest Foundation (NFF) announced today that Mary Mitsos has been appointed President of the organization effective May 29.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) and U.S. Forest Service, Alaska Region (USFS) are pleased to announce the recipients of $136,000 in grants to improve landscape conditions, forest health and water quality on the Tongass National Forest.
The NFF's Matching Awards Program invested $500,126 in 20 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 NFF and Pacific Northwest Region (USFS) announced this past May the recipients of $147,000 in grants to improve landscape conditions, forest health and water quality in Oregon and Washington.
Committed to sustainability, Boxed Water launches the third year of its ReTree project in partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF). Through the campaign, and in celebration of Earth Day, two trees will be planted for every social media post using the hashtag #ReTree beginning now through the end of July.
The NFF is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016/2017 Barrett Foundation Business Concept Challenge. This unique competition provides awards for the best entrepreneurial approaches that help to solve one or more of the challenges facing America’s 193-million-acre National Forest System.
2016-2017 marks the 10th year of Snowbird’s participation in the National Forest Foundation’s Ski Conservation Fund. Since 2006, Snowbird’s guests have contributed more than $500,000 to the fund, resulting in over $800,000 invested in on-the-ground conservation work on the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.