National Forest Foundation

Recent Press and Media Inquiries

The long road to safety above Williams

Arizona Daily Sun

Bill Williams Mountain’s 15,200 acres have been identified as the biggest threat for post-fire flooding in Coconino County. With the right amount of rain after a wildfire, studies show that water, mud and debris could flow down the mountain and into the city's streets. The potential damage is expected to cost hundreds of millions of dollars with 950 buildings and many possible lives threatened.

14 Organizations to Support This #GivingTuesday


There are 193 million miles of National Forests and Grasslands in America, and the National Forest Foundation is on a mission to conserve and restore them. Donations help support the foundation’s ongoing restoration efforts, as well as plant trees in the National Forests.

Monument Peak Lookout in Little Belts upgraded

Helena Independent Record

Montana’s historic Monument Peak Lookout, located southwest of Monarch in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest, was restored this summer thanks to workers from Filson, the Forest Service and National Forest Foundation.

After the burn: Landscapes regenerate with a little help

The Missoulian

At $400 to $600 per acres, tree planting is expensive, so the nonprofit National Forest Foundation helps forests pay for the seedlings from the U.S. Forest Service nursery in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and hires people to plant them.