National Forest Foundation
Established in 1993
Mission Statement: The National Forest Foundation’s mission is to engage Americans in promoting the health and public enjoyment of our National Forests.
Maximizing your PocketChange
For every dollar spent…
Impacts & Achievements:
Some of the highlights
CEO Salary: 2.45% of expenses
By the numbers (Since 2001):
8.3 Million trees planted
182,001 acres of wildlife habitat restored
897,956 acres of fuel reduction completed or planned
161,518 volunteers engaged in the on-the-ground conservation projects
Grant programs have a growing $6.9 million budget that helps us further leverage restoration projects
Invested over $42 million in restoration and stewardship projects
Leverages every $1 invested through on-the-ground projects into $3.11 in conservation results through matching contribution
How the National Forest Foundation is making a difference
Conservation Connect Program
Helps develop common vision for forests among divergent interest groups, and increase the capacity and effectiveness of local community nonprofit organizations. Through this program, the NFF offers facilitation, collaboration services, training, mentoring, and more.
A comprehensive approach to share important information about the values that America’s National Forests provide benefiting human and wildlife communities through traditional media channels and social media.
A suite of grant programs supports local stewardship organizations to accomplish on-the-ground conservation work and build internal capacity in order to increase the impact and benefits to their community, environment, and economy.
Trees for US
A rapidly growing tree-planting program provides a measurable way to make a significant difference for our National Forests and the citizens who treasure them. With our reforestation partner, the U.S. Forest Service, the NFF restores National Forests that have been damaged by natural events like wildfires, hurricanes, floods, and insect infestations.