From new urban forestry methods and visiting champion trees, to fighting invasive species and learning about the many incredible creatures that make their home in forests, these articles offer some of the best that American Forests magazine has to offer. More will be added as time goes on, so check back to discover more archived articles.
Best of American Forests
Across the country, visitors to arboreta are coming face-to-face with the exciting fruits of the Green Revolution.
In a place where forests and woodlands are rare, one family-run farm is restoring Iowa’s original landscape.
A special report on the status of the whitebark pine, a keystone species that supports vital high-altitude ecosystems.
The Philadelphia Orchard Projects combines urban forestry and urban agriculture.
Invasive, non-native plant species are taking over ecosystems across the nation. Can combined efforts keep this invasion at bay?
Big tree state coordinators ensure that champions get the recognition they deserve.
Nurseries put in place for the logging industry are now responsible for restoring native species to national forests.
The species that spurred the first Global ReLeaf forest has come a long way in the last 20 years.
An adventure through the giant and undisturbed forests of Congaree National Park.
More than 100 years after a blight forced it into extinction, scientists are resurrecting the once-great American chestnut tree.
Author & ecologist Douglas Tallamy explains the reasons behind the decline of native flora and fauna and how we can work to reverse it.
Predicting a future for America’s forests.
A decade later, a Global ReLeaf forest is thriving.
Acclaimed author David Sibley shares some insights into his newest work.
Take a road trip to seek out the biggest trees in the nation.
How the West is coping with the most severe disaster to hit our forests this century.
Small communities in rural Mexico join together to restore Monarch butterfly habitat.
Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard talks to American Forests about his concern for the environment and his eco-friendly efforts.
With millions going to fight wildfires, ecosystems across the country are adapting to life with the threat and reality of fire.
Trees that once depended on animals like the wooly mammoth for survival have managed to adapt and survive in the modern world.