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Our Forests In Need

Superior National Forest

Superior National Forest encompasses a diverse ecosystem that is home to a variety of wildlife including threatened, endangered, and sensitive species. Restoration efforts are needed to help create a diverse mix of tree species and stand structures to provide valuable habitat, improved watershed functionality, and overall forest health.

Wallowa-Whitman National Forest

Spanning 2.3 acres, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest is home to a wide range of landscapes. In the wake of a devastating 2016 wildfire, the forest is not naturally regenerating in all areas. Reforestation efforts are critical to ensure forest health, clean waterways, and critical habitat for area wildlife.

Klamath National Forest

Found along the border of California and Oregon, Klamath National Forest offers a wide array of natural diversity. Multiple forest fires have taken their toll, and replanting is necessary to reestablish and protect critical habitat for threatened and endangered species.

Pike San Isabel National Forest

Pike San Isabel National Forest spans more than 1 million acres in central Colorado, providing a diverse mix of recreation as well as a water source for Denver residents. After several wildfires, the forest is in great need of replanting.