American Forests

Founding Year: 1875

Staff: 45

Budget:

Jad Daley (President and Chief Executive Officer)

A national conservation organization, which aims to restore threatened forest ecosystems and inspire people to value and protect urban and wildland forests. Their projects have restored hundreds of thousands of acres of wildlife habitat, protected vital watersheds and sequestered millions of tons of greenhouse gases.

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American Forests contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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