American Forests

Spring/Summer 2015

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Spring/Summer 2015

AF_SS2015_LRcoverIn our special edition anniversary issue commemorating American Forests’ 140th anniversary, discover how two images on the front page of The Washington Post ignited the transformation of our nation’s capital through improved care of the city’s trees.

Also, see how we’re still cherishing some of our forests’ most venerable champions. And explore the sites where we’re changing the world through our Global Releaf program.

Download the anniversary edition Spring/Summer 2015 issue.


  • The Art of Advocacy

    Sketching a way to smart land use.
  • 25 Years of Global ReLeaf

    Addressing global challenges through local action, 50 million trees and 1,000 projects later.
  • Seeds of Change in the Nation’s Capital

    How Washington, D.C. went from a robust urban forest to a dwindling tree canopy, with a comeback on the horizon.
  • 75 Years of Champions

    After all these years, we're still finding and saving the biggest trees.

  • Departments

  • Mary Mahalovich Gives Whitebark Adaptation a Boost

    Fighting blister rust one seedling at a time.
  • Remembering a Champion of Forests: J.A. Warder

    A look through the life of American Forests' founder.
  • The Waiting Game

    Tree planting is an undertaking for the patient.
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