Today, Ford announced the Wildland Fire Rig, a concept Bronco made in collaboration with heritage outdoor brand Filson.
A portion of every sale of the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport will be used for wilderness preservation and education programs, Ford announced Tuesday. The company is creating the Bronco Wild Fund endowment, which is "targeted" to raise up to $5 million a year for reforestation, trail management, outdoor adventure programs and scholarship programs through non-profit organizations.
Furniture manufacturer Medley has announced a new tree planting initiative in partnership with the National Forest Foundation as part of the organization's Small Business Partnership Program.
Natural areas in Manistee County are more accessible than ever, thanks to the work of SEEDS EcoCorps.
Avalanches covered popular hiking route during winter of 2018-19
A new partnership between the National Forest Foundation (NFF) and REI Co-op (REI) will plant 1 million trees on National Forests across the U.S. over the next decade. Each project will prioritize immediate reforestation to restore ecosystems adversely impacted by severe wildfire, pests, diseases, blowdown, or other natural disturbances.
National park and forest officials in Idaho have reported an increase in trash and waste at public lands across the state since the coronavirus pandemic pushed more people outside.
That's why this hurricane season Cerveza Patagonia is giving tree-lovers up and down the east coast facing the wrath of Mother Nature a tree-back guarantee with their first-ever Tree Protection Program. Beginning today, Cerveza Patagonia will protect that tree that's been in your backyard forever.
You may know some of our country's most famous national parks by name–Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Shenandoah National Park, Everglades National Park–but chances are you live much closer to a national forest. These often overlooked but just as splendid public lands are far more numerous than their national park counterparts and much more accessible to most.
The unprecedented number of visitors to public lands during the COVID-19 pandemic has overwhelmed agencies like the U.S. Forest Service, and officials are asking people to stay safe and clean up after themselves this Labor Day Weekend.