American Forests

American Forests has been restoring forests for more than 140 years. And, while we may be the oldest national conservation organization, our work today is more important than ever. Since 1990 alone, we have planted nearly 60 million trees in forest restoration projects in all 50 states. We have also worked in dozens of cities across America, expanding tree canopy and improving the quality of life for residents.

Together, these projects recover hundreds of thousands of acres of wildlife habitat, safeguard vital watersheds, absorb millions of tons of greenhouse gases and protect some of the most stunning landscapes in America. At the same time, we are using trees and greenspace to make our communities more sustainable, beautiful and livable.

American Forests inspires and advances the conservation of forests, which are essential to life.

We do this by:

  • protecting and restoring threatened forest ecosystems;
  • promoting and expanding urban forests; and
  • increasing understanding of the importance of forests.

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1220 L Street, NW
Suite 750
Washington, DC  20005
Phone: (202) 737-1944
Fax: (202) 737-2457


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Related Success Stories for American Forests

American Forests & Bureau of Land Management
American Forests and the BLM teamed up to re-establish pine forests on acquired cutover lands on the Homestead Mesa in New Mexico.

American Forests and Mountains to Sound Greenway
This project planted native trees on former logging roads to create a continuous “greenbelt” along Interstate 90 in order to improve surrounding habitats.

Nez Perce Reforestation
This project planted native trees as part of AMERICAN FORESTS’ Global ReLeaf program to reforest burned areas in Nez Perce Woods Property.