In 2011, the International Year of Forests, the American Forest Foundation expanded our work to ensure the sustainability of family forests for present and future generations.
We worked in a host of places, engaging landowners in conserving some of America’s most important forest landscapes. We made progress in fulfilling our purpose: achieving better forest stewardship on more acres, and educating the next generation of conservation leaders. We made these strides thanks to the tireless work of committed people in our networks, who help deliver tools and resources to family forest owners and environmental educators.
For the highlights of our work in 2011, please read our annual report.
We are proud to acknowledge that 84 percent of our financial support goes directly to program services, reaching educators, children and youth, and family woodland owners.
Our most recent financial documents are for review.