Friends, I am thrilled to share that we have just launched a newly designed website—the first large-scale representation of a comprehensive strategic branding exercise we began last year.
I am proud of the end result. With the help of our amazing staff and partners, we were able to identify our most powerful assets as an organization, delve into the many strengths of our programs and hone our unique contribution to the conservation space.
We used this knowledge to develop a refreshed, authentic narrative which is now woven into the core of our new site. As a communications, marketing and strategy buff, work doesn’t get more entertaining and rewarding than that.
As you explore the site, you might notice that we updated the structure and design, and streamlined the content, to provide a visually compelling, holistic story of who we are, the importance of family-owned forests and the many innovative ways we are working with our partners to empower American family forest owners. These are the folks helping our forests thrive—and our beautiful planet earth needs their action.
Our website was last updated in 2011, so the new site is undoubtedly an upgrade from a technological standpoint as well, allowing us to better track our engagement efforts, integrate an improved online donation system and regularly showcase valuable, dynamic and shareable content throughout. This update certainly puts our best digital foot forward.
While our look is fresh, the essential work of the American Forest Foundation as a mission-driven and results-oriented conservation organization has not changed. And we hope our new site provides you with a better understanding of what we do, how we do it, why we do it, and, ultimately, what we are all striving to achieve.
This is our story. I trust that you will join me in enthusiasm not just for the AFF website itself but for what it helps us accomplish as an organization moving forward. After all, it’s only with your support and partnership that we can tackle our nation’s most pressing conservation issues. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
August 4, 2021
American Forest Foundation Announces Retirement of Forward-Thinking President & CEO Tom Martin
The American Forest Foundation (AFF), the national conservation organization that works to empower family forest owners to make a meaningful conservation impact, today announced the retirement of President and CEO Tom Martin after 12 years of service, effective December 31, 2021.
May 20, 2021
A Q&A with Kedren Dillard, SFLR Landowner, ATFS-Certified Tree Farmer & AFF Board Member
As a forest landowner, Kedren Dillard and her family have spent decades working on improving and maintaining the land that has been in their family for generations. This deep connection between the land and her family has created an emotional connection that fuels the passion that Kedren and her family have to do right by the land.
January 22, 2020
President & CEO of Conservation Think Tank to Serve as New American Forest Foundation Board Chair
Today, the American Forest Foundation (AFF) announced Kathryn Fernholz, President & CEO of Dovetail Partners, Inc., will serve as the Chair of the AFF Board of Trustees in 2020 and 2021. Fernholz is the first woman to serve in the Chair position on AFF’s Board.