American Forests
Action Center

Home/Get Involved/Action Center

America’s forests depend on passionate and engaged citizens, like you, to ensure their long-term protection. Take action by sending letters to your elected officials and policy leaders and help American Forests speak for our nation’s wildland and urban forests.

America’s forests depend on passionate and engaged citizens, like you, to ensure their long-term protection. Take action by sending letters to your elected officials and policy leaders and help American Forests speak for our nation’s wildland and urban forests.

Ask your senators to pass this historic bill to protect our forests

America’s forests in national parks, on private property and elsewhere are languishing from a massive funding shortfall. Together, we can help pass a once-in-a-lifetime bill that would grant billions of dollars to protect and restore America’s natural heritage.

send a message to congress
Mills created The Joy Trip Project, a news and reporting hub covering outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, charitable giving and sustainable living, all with an eye on equity and inclusion.

Ask your senators to pass this historic bill to protect our forests

America’s forests in national parks, on private property and elsewhere are languishing from a massive funding shortfall. Together, we can help pass a one-a-lifetime bill that would grant billions of dollars to protect and restore America’s natural heritage.

send a message to congress

Additional Actions

González leads a hike with the Latino Community Foundation.

Bring Our Forests Back to Life

Iconic national forests in America are being devastated by drought, pests, disease and wildfire. Let’s restore these forests so they can provide us with what we rely on every day—jobs, clean water and much more.

take action

Plant More Trees in Cities

Trees help homeowners reduce their energy bills and flood risk. They also help mitigate the effects of climate change.

Let’s help homeowners—especially those in cities—plant more trees.

take action

Save Urban Forests Now

The U.S. Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry (U&CF) program is important to communities of all sizes to provide the technical expertise needed to manage these important forests, but the President’s budget proposal threatens to eliminate funding for the program. Help keep U&CF funded!

take action

Our Supporters

Our Supporters