To ensure consistent quality of their award-winning Southwestern Style Ales and the longevity of their business, SanTan Brewing Company and the National Forest Foundation are celebrating their partnership called “Tap to Top,” a campaign that helps Phoenix area residents understand where their water (and beer) comes from.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie, in partnership with the National Forest Foundation, announced today that a new web cam will provide live views of the Midewin bison herd. The web cam covers areas where the bison have been known to graze, providing glimpses of the herd to the public.
As California enters its sixth year of record-breaking drought, twenty leading organizations today announced their collaborative support for critical projects designed to protect California’s water future. Together the groups form the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC).
The Matching Awards Program invested $547,000 in 18 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.
At the annual Tahoe Lake Summit this week, President Obama recognized our efforts and specifically noted the $4 million we’ve raised and invested in this iconic landscape. We are honored that the President highlighted our work and our collaborative approach to conservation.
Private philanthropy will catalyze additional 1,800 acres of restoration of native tallgrass prairie habitat, kicking off the largest single tallgrass prairie restoration effort east of the Mississippi.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) and U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region (USFS) are pleased to announce the recipients of $158,000 in grants to improve landscape conditions, forest health and water quality in California.
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) announced today that it submitted an innovative carbon offset methodology to the American Carbon Registry for approval. Once approved, the proposed methodology will allow for the generation of verified carbon offsets from forest restoration projects on National Forest lands in the southwestern U.S.
This year we are completing a project to improve water quality in the middle and lower reaches of Goat Creek by rock armoring stream crossings at key sites on heavily-traveled forest roads in the drainage.
NFF announces over $100,000 in funding for work on the Lincoln National Forest. Generous donations from lift ticket sales through our Ski Conservation Fund partner Ski Apache will support projects by Conservation Legacy and Ecoservants.