2017 Update: Replanting Our Nation’s Forests
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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.
The Daniel Boone National Forest encompasses some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains.
This New York mountain range is a unique mix of rugged terrain and eclectic towns that attracts visitors throughout the seasons.
Established in 1908 as the first national forest east of the Mississippi River, Chippewa National Forest is located in the heart of northern Minnesota.
Thie forest provides habitat for a variety of wildlife including deer, quail, turkey, waterfowl, and the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.
The Goethe State Forest serves as critical habitat for wildlife such as the red-cockaded woodpecker, Florida black bear, white-tailed deer, gopher tortoise, and bald eagle.
These national wildlife refuges provide critical forest cover for migratory birds along the Delmarva Peninsula.
Pike National Forest offers visitors a diverse landscape — from short-grass prairies to alpine tundra.
Tahoe National Forest’s rivers, peaks, and dense forest make it one of the most popular recreation sites in the United States.