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Meet Our New Database Manager

April 11th, 2017|0 Comments

American Forests' team keeps on growing! We're so excited to introduce Nora, our new database manager. In this Q&A blog post, learn more about Nora and why she is excited about joining the American Forests staff and furthering our mission.Read More

A Century of Too Much Love in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

Fire suppression policies in the Sierra Nevada Mountains have resulted in severe long-term consequences and put the wildlife species of the region under threat. Learn what we’re doing to restore the rich biodiversity of the mixed-conifer forests in this region. Read More

Forest Digest — Week of April 3, 2017

April 7th, 2017|Tags: |0 Comments

In this week's Forest Digest, read about a new study revealing that there are approximately 60,000 trees in the world, learn how the previously critically endangered dogwood tree has made a recent comeback, discover a new Polish law that allows landowners to cut down trees without a permit, and explore a Scottish charity’s plan to help aspen tree populations thrive. Read More

Ocelot Recovery through Forest Restoration

Within the last century, 95 percent of Texas thornscrub has been lost, fragmenting habitat of the endangered ocelot.

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9 Popular Children’s Movies with a Conservation Message

April 6th, 2017|0 Comments

Movies and the life messages they contain are formative for children and adolescents. From classics like Bambi and Born Free to modern tales like WALL-E, get the run-down of the go-to conservation movies for you and your family to watch this Earth Month!Read More
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