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Winter/Spring 2021

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Winter/Spring 2021

American Forests Winter/Spring 2021 Magazine CoverIn this issue, learn how “good” fire may be able to help save forests across America from being devastated by “bad” fires. Discover how restoring the forests of Mauna Kea is essential to the continued survival of Hawaiian songbirds.

Plus, read about the importance of engaging youth in urban forestry.

Download the entire Winter/Spring 2021 issue.

Features

  • The United States of Fire

    How “good” fire may be able to help save forests across America from being devastated by “bad” fires.
  • Bringing Songbirds Back To Hawaii, One Forest at a Time

    Discover how restoring the forests of Mauna Kea is essential to the continued survival of Hawaiian songbirds.
  • Seeing the city for the trees

    The importance of engaging youth in urban forestry.


  • Departments

  • Offshoots: Young leaders stand tall for forests and climate

    A word from our President & CEO
  • Earthkeepers: A bond forged in fire: Brittany and Gilbert Dyer

    How one couple’s passion for protecting and restoring forests from wildfire initially ignited — and continues to fuel — their life together.
  • Place-Based Partnerships: Coming together to plant trees and help them thrive in desert cities

    American Forests partners with Microsoft and Phoenix to plant and help trees thrive in a desert climate.
  • Partner Profile: Tribute Store provides opportunity to honor loved ones while positively impacting the environment

    Learn about Tribute Store’s long-lasting, environmentally friendly way to honor loved ones.
  • Youth Profile: Childhood experience in India inspires high school student to become environmental ambassador

    Learn how one high school sophomore became an environmental ambassador.
  • Action Center: How to capture Forests in Focus

    Tips for taking beautiful photos in forests.
  • Forest Footnotes: Winter/Spring 2021

    Exciting developments, outside of American Forests, in the field of forestry.
  • History: American ReLeaf celebrates its 30th anniversary

    A look at the history of the American ReLeaf program, in celebration of its 30th anniversary.
  • Washington Outlook: New American Forests policy platform advocates government’s role in creating Tree Equity

    Learn about American Forests’ new recommendations for how the federal government can help create Tree Equity.
  • Innovation: Innovative financing brings carbon markets to cities

    How City Forest Credits offers an innovative way to bring carbon markets to cities.
  • Movement Building: City of Boise makes admirable commitment to plant trees

    Boise, Idaho is making an outsized commitment to reforestation.
  • Last Look: Seeking comfort in the woods

    A peak into the work of photographer and poet Michelle Collison Meyer.
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