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Restore Large Forest Landscapes

Climate change-induced wildfires, droughts, diseases and pests are destroying our forests. We plant the right trees in the right places  and take care of them in the right way  so forests can withstand a changing climate.

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The Reforestation Hub helps to take the guesswork out of reforestation planning.

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Plant ecologist Kimberly Wahl-Villareal grows seedlings to restore rare thornforests.

Meet Kimberly

Create Tree Equity In America’s Cities

In most cities across America, trees are  sparse in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods and some neighborhoods of color. This exacerbates social inequities. Together, we can create Tree Equity by planting and caring for trees where they are most needed. 

We have a new resource to help communities make the case for  Tree Equity.

Learn about Tree Equity Score

William Rucker helps green Detroit, one tree at a time.  

Meet William

Join the Trillion Trees Movement

American Forests and the World Economic Forum are leading 1t.org, a global movement to conserve, restore and grow 1 trillion trees around the world by 2030. 

Companies, governments and nonprofits across the U.S. are doing their part to bring back our forests. And now, it’s never been easier to get involved. 

Learn about 1t.org
Young western white pine seedlings grow in the U.S. Forest Service nursery in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Join the Trillion Trees Movement

American Forests and the World Economic Forum are leading 1t.org, a global movement to conserve, restore and grow 1 trillion trees globally by 2030. 

Companies, governments and nonprofits across the U.S. are doing their part. It’s never been easier to get involved. 

Learn about 1t.org

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WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS

Locate, measure, and nominate the largest trees you can find to American Forests’ National Register of Champion Trees. Strike out on your own or take friends with you.

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WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS

Locate, measure and nominate the largest trees you can find to American Forests’ National Register of Champion Trees. Strike out on your own or take friends with you.

Explore our Register

“Desert Canvas” by Everett Bloom, Grand Prize winner of the 2018 Forests in Focus contest.

2021 Forests in Focus Photo Contest

The Forests in Focus Photo Contest invites photographers from across the country to submit extraordinary photos showcasing the powerful role forests play in making our world more beautiful, healthy and prosperous — from large wilderness areas to city parks.

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