Boxed Water Is Better® – the leading sustainably packaged water brand – has planted 1,000,000 trees in partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) as a part of their ongoing commitment to support the planet and sustainability efforts.
Marking a Significant Milestone in the Company’s Goal to Restore 100% of Global Water Use
Between them, they have already contributed to the replanting of 96 million trees around the world. We’re looking at the beauty labels taking a stand against deforestation, replanting trees in order to help maintain the water table, quality of air, and quality of life alike. Take a look.
Everyone on the forum is part of an organization that has strong opinions about what values and uses the new plan should prioritize, and those differing priorities are the reason that the forum came into existence in the first place. Dibari works for the nonprofit National Forest Foundation, which was called in to help build consensus when it became clear that the groups were unlikely to come to any kind of constructive understanding on their own.
At the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in Illinois, a team is trying to restore a rare biome that was nearly lost.
America's national forests cover 193 million acres across the country and Küat, in a partnership with the National Forest Foundation, is determined to keep these lands wooded and healthy via the Future Forest Initiative.
With a fitting arrival on Valentine’s Day, the U.S. Forest Service has released its long-awaited drafts of the Nantahala and Pisgah forest plan and environmental impact statement after a seven-year process.
The National Forest Foundation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Patricia Hayling Price has been elected Chair of the Board, effective November 2019. This decision marks a new generation of female leadership for the National Forest Foundation (NFF), its Board of Directors, and the U.S. Forest Service.
Dani Southard, the Northern Rockies program manager of the National Forest Foundation — a nonprofit that promots the health of national forests — has been meeting with government, business, recreation and other community leaders to get their ideas about the best course of action. The group met in November and will meet again in January.
An unprecedented gathering of Colorado’s land managers, natural resource partners, utility providers and nonprofit organizations have selected Southwest Colorado to be the focus of a new effort to increase the resilience of Colorado’s forests and communities.