Wildlands for Wildlife—Rockies

Home/Tag:Wildlands for Wildlife—Rockies

Content related to the work in the Rocky Mountains through our flagship program, Wildlands for Wildlife.

Earthkeepers: It Starts With a Fever

Read the inspiring story of Melissa Jenkins, a woman with a mission and a passion for protecting the whitebark pine.

Read More

One Tree, Many Futures

Learn about the fight to save the whitebark pine, a keystone species on the brink of extinction, and what American Forests is doing to help.

Read More

Saving Forest Habitat

A word from our president & CEO.

Read More

Future of the grizzly bear in Northern Rockies and Cascades

The whitebark pine, vital to the many wildlife species of the Northern Rockies and Cascades, is now a candidate for the endangered species list.

Read More

Crown of the Continent: An Ecosystem in Peril, Thanks to Humans

Learn how the "Crown of the Continent" ecosystem is facing threats from pests and disease, thanks to human activity, and what American Forests is doing about it.

Read More
Load More Posts