A new era of leadership
A word from our president and chief executive officer
Restoration science in action
Direct seeding technique opens up great possibilities for whitebark pine restoration on three national parks.
Rio Reforestation: Cultivating a future for Texas thornforests
Annual planting event provides opportunity for vast community involvement in local thornforest reforestation efforts.
For California couple, trees are a “gift” and a motivation for change
In the wake of personal wildfire experiences, California couple makes effort to do their part to protect the environment and the “gift” of trees.
Unprecedented funding for American Forests, America’s forests
Largest-ever congressional investment in urban forestry now includes $50 million award to American Forests’ Tree Equity Catalyst Initiative and Fund.
Second Upward Ground summit gives students fresh perspectives on environmental careers
Upward Ground summit immerses high school students from underserved communities in the possibilities of green careers.
Annual photo contest open for submissions
Enter American Forests’ 2024 Forests in Focus photo contest.
The National Champion Tree Program: Honoring a rich legacy and a bright future
Honoring the rich legacy and a bright future of the National Champion Tree Program
Tennesseeds: Why the Volunteer State is going all in on seed collection
The University of Tennessee’s Tree Improvement Program and research specialist Erin Victorson tackle the state’s seed shortage, part of a broader national crisis.
Rooted ambitions: Nurturing trees and cultivating careers in New York City
College interns with the Greenbelt Native Plant Center are making a big difference for New York’s urban forests.
Freshwater, the beating heart of the Evergreen State
Trees and water have an intrinsic relationship along the course of the Puyallup River, from the mountaintop to the city to the ocean.