For 25 years, we’ve partnered with American Forests and developed a donation program that has planted over 8 million trees in threatened forest ecosystems across the United States and Canada.
We all rely on forests for clean water. American Forests' restoration projects benefit major watersheds and protect our valuable water resources by restoring and augmenting riparian buffers.
Forests and trees slow climate change by storing carbon, but climate change also makes forests more vulnerable. American Forests works to restore forests to be more resilient and better withstand climate change.
When forests are destroyed, wildlife is threatened. Most of American Forests' restoration projects involve a wildlife habitat component, including restoration efforts for threatened and endangered species.
Activities such as hiking, camping, and fishing give us a deeper appreciation for the natural world and make us healthier and less stressed. That’s why American Forests promotes sustainable recreation in forests.