Exciting developments, outside of American Forests, in the field of forestry.
An exciting time for forests: New legislation and new leadership
Robust forest policy wins and the rise of leaders, like Rita Hite, infuse new excitement into the field of forestry.
Storing carbon for life
How do wood products store carbon for life?
Joining a network of women foresters
Learn how you can get involved in the 2022 Women’s Forest Congress.
One astrophysicist’s unlikely journey to helping fight climate change
How astrophysicist Harriet Natsuyama found a unique path to fighting climate change.
Urban trees are experiencing a moment…and a movement
Kesha Braunskill helps push the urban trees movement to the limelight.
Grafting the future of the ash tree
A research biologist is leading the charge to protect species of ash trees from the ravaging threat of the emerald ash borer.
An equine lifeline brings hope to a fire-scarred watershed
Two women and a band of horses bring watershed restoration to fruition after Colorado’s devastating 416 Fire.
Gisel Garza: Seed hunter
How one woman and a pilot program are helping address a nationwide seedling shortage.
Kristin Leachman's current project, Fifty Forests, looks at the “self-organizing patterns in trees” with intimate paintings of the formations and structures of their bark.
Paving the way for women in forestry
Mary Wagner has been a champion and inspiration for women in forestry.
From CEOs to Girl Scouts, women are leading on forests
A word from our president and chief executive officer.
In Mexico, moving a forest to save monarchs
Planting at higher elevations may help save monarch butterflies.
How one California community is reforesting after fire
A California community comes together to reforest after wildfire.