Learn how economic inequity and tree cover in cities are inextricably linked, as well as what American Forests does to create Tree Equity.
Across the United States, there are dramatic disparities in tree cover that often track on economic and racial lines. Trees are life-and-death infrastructure that every person in every part of every city should have access to — which American Forests refers to as Tree Equity.
Discover what American Forests does to bridge the gap between urban forestry job shortages and people who need career opportunities the most through our Career Pathways: Tree Equity initiative.
How individuals and organizations create access to nature for everyone.
Discover how American Forests’ extensive history has shaped the future of forestry.
A word from our President & CEO
How the music industry’s future depends on healthy forests and what American Forests, the U.S. Forest Service and Fender Musical Instruments are doing to ensure the stability of both.
Read about the diverse group of partners working to expand the city’s tree cover in Wilmington, Del.
Read about the diverse group of partners working to restore thornscrub forest in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Learn about our partnership with Travelers.
Learn what drives Lex Sant’s passion for nature-based solutions to climate change.
Follow what we've been up to in the field in Boston.
Follow what we've been up to in the field in Oakland, Calif.
Learn how American Forests has worked diligently during this Congress to ensure policymakers understand the important role of forests as a climate solution.
A look at how youth are learning to create equitable and sustainable urbanism.