2016 Update: Replanting Our Nation’s Forests
These 2016 stories are here for archive purposes. Visit our latest stories.
Here are a few more detailed examples of how the contributions of our members and supporters are making a positive impact on our world this year.
Western Georgia is home to the 10,800-acre Chattahoochee Fall Line Wildlife Management Area.
The Chesapeake Bay Watershed is a 200-mile-long estuary that runs through six states and the District of Columbia.
Located in southwestern Arkansas, the forest is managed for river conservation, outdoor education, and visitor recreation.
The Egypt Valley Wildlife Area is in the Allegheny Plateau, above beautiful Stillwater Creek in the headwaters of the Tuscarawas River.
The Lower Rio Grande Valley is known as one of the most biologically diverse areas in the North America.
Stretching 180 miles from the Canadian border to the Goat Rocks Wilderness, this stunning expanse has something for every visitor.
Adjacent to the Wekiva River Preserve State Park and Ocala National Forest, the Seminole State Forest plays a critical role in the largest contiguous undeveloped landmass in central Florida.
Stanislaus National Forest is a recreation destination for thousands of visitors every year due to its proximity to the San Francisco Bay area.
Superior National Forest is abundant in recreational opportunities, clean lakes and streams, and bountiful wildlife.