American Forests Events

Bridger-Teton National Forest

American Forests is proud of the forest ecosystems we’ve been able to protect and preserve through the generosity of our members. We are excited to offer exclusive opportunities for our members to see this work firsthand through private tours and other experiences.

Our Walkabout program is generally free to members and their guests and provides a few hours of experiencing a forest in a way you may never have before that day. American Forests Forestscapes are educational opportunities for our members to explore and learn more about forests around the world from the experts that know the areas best. All of our events take place in a wide variety of locations: from the urban forests of cities like Dallas and New York to remote areas like Bridger-Teton National Forest and Michoacán, México.

Below you will find information on all future events that American Forests is currently planning. We hope you will join us in experiencing these unique and important environments.


These are multi-day adventures planned by American Forests exclusively for our members. From the moment you arrive at the location until your departure, American Forests will handle everything, ensuring you have the trip of a lifetime.


Hawai‘i Wild – October 22-28, 2014

Come with us as we explore some wild sides of the Big Island rarely seen by most tourists. Witness breathtaking volcanic views; tour a wildlife research facility that is hatching endangered native birds to return to the wild; visit an American Forests restoration project; and help replant a native koa forest.

Click here to learn more or download the form to RSVP.

Yellowstone wolves

Yellowstone – February 7-12, 2015

Join American Forests in snow-covered Yellowstone in February and experience an extraordinary adventure that will leave you inspired and in awe of this truly amazing destination.

Click here to learn more



Our Walkabouts are single-day, free excursions designed to bring you closer to American Forests’ work and the natural environment. These events are a complimentary benefit of membership. Not a member of American Forests? Join us today!

Theodore Roosevelt Island Walkabout

D.C.’s Theodore Roosevelt Island – September 20, 2014

American Forests leads an interpretive walk through D.C.’s Theodore Roosevelt Island, a hidden gem in the capital city’s urban forest. We’ll explore the island’s wooded trails and memorial plaza that honors the great outdoorsman Roosevelt, while learning more about American Forests’ work to protect treasured forest ecosystems like this one.

To learn more or to RSVP, click here to download a PDF of our event flyer.

Volunteer Events

These adventures are single-day or multi-day (optional) events to get you out into our nation’s forests. This is your opportunity to help American Forests restore iconic landscapes. These complimentary events are a benefit of membership with American Forests. Not a member? Join us today!

Events-BigSky August

Rocky Mountains: Big Sky, Mont., Planting – September 16 & 17, 2014

Join American Forests in the back country of the Rocky Mountains near Big Sky, Mont., to plant 6,000 disease-resistant whitebark pine seeds. This trip — lead by the Montana Department of Natural Resources — will be an opportunity not only to help restore this keystone species, but also to see whitebark pine mortality first hand. Be prepared for steep terrain and grizzly bears. Volunteers are welcome to join American Forests for a single day or both days. Partial day attendance may also be available.

To learn more or to RSVP, click here to download a PDF of our event flyer. Please RSVP by Friday, September 12, 2014.

If you have any questions about American Forests Forestscapes or Walkabouts, please contact Matthew Boyer, vice president of individual giving, at or 202-370-4513.
To RSVP for a Forestscape or Walkabout, contact Jillian Hanelly, manager of member and donor relations, at or 202-370-4514.
To RSVP or ask any questions about American Forests’ Volunteer Events, please contact Jami Westerhold, senior director of forest restoration, at or 202-370-4516.