The Lincoln National Forest, the National Forest Foundation and the Village of Ruidoso announced additional access to the Grindstone Trail system on July 20. The partnership includes both cash contributions from the Smokey Bear Stewardship Fund as well as in-kind contributions from the Lincoln National Forest.
From July 13 through July 19, America is celebrating National Forest Week, from the Chugach National Forest in Alaska to De Soto National Forest in Mississippi. Although the forest is a perfect place to practice social distancing, this year celebrations will also be held in the virtual world.
In keeping with their time-honored philosophy, this National Forest Week (July 13-19, 2020), The Hess Collection announces the Pour One, Plant One program, in partnership with The National Forest Foundation.
So Coconino National Forest, in partnership with the National Forest Foundation, has begun restoration efforts in the meadow to help restore the habitat to a more natural state.
Darley Newman, TV host and producer of PBS travel series Travels with Darley, in collaboration with the National Forest Foundation and the Recreate Responsibly Coalition, is bringing about two new online video series that will help you see the beauty of U.S. national forests from the comfort of home.
National Forest Week starts July 13.
The Lolo National Forest partnered with the National Forest Foundation to plant over 200,000 seedlings to make steps toward recovery in areas impacted by severe wildfire.
Father's Day is June 21, and just like all the other holidays during the coronavirus pandemic, it's going to take some extra creativity to celebrate Dad this year. Here are some ways to make his day one to remember.
Five charitable organizations located in eastern Tennessee received grants of up to $50,000 to advance efforts that will provide environmental learning and leadership opportunities for local youth, help keep rivers and waterways within the Cherokee National Forest clean, and provide current recreational access information for outdoor lovers in the region.
More than 100 cords of wood were donated recently to tribal members as part of a collaborative effort between the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, U.S. Forest Service, private companies and nonprofits. The wood is used for cooking and heating. Closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have made it difficult for tribal members to collect wood.