Climate Resilience: An urban case study
As our cities continue to grow, so do the challenges they face. Launched on Arbor Day in 2020, the Boise City of Trees Challenge is an ongoing story of community and collaboration to address climate change.
Forest Champion Spotlight | Tyrone Williams
As a 3rd generation North Carolina landowner, Tyrone Williams opens up about the importance of keeping forests as forests and passing on his responsibility to future generations.
Cities have a climate problem
As our cities continue to grow, so do the challenges they face. Reimagine the way society lives, works, and plays by moving our cities from climate problems, to climate solutions.
You grow through what you go through. And through it all, we'll be here. Standing proud.
Reimagining Our Cities
For the first time in history, more than 50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas. By 2050, that number is expected to climb to 70%. With a rapidly urbanizing population comes new challenges for society. Forests - and their products and benefits - are providing innovative solutions to these challenges and helping us reimagine what life in our urban landscapes and built environments looks like.Learn More
Fast Facts | Defining Our Forests
Forests play a central role in keeping our earth healthy. But what is a forest?More
Did you know mass timber is a building material that's as strong as steel, lighter than concrete, fire resistant, and carbon friendly?Fast Facts | Mass Timber
Did you know Fire season is longer than ever, reaching 300 days in parts of the country.Fast Facts | Wildfire + Climate Change
Did you know Fire is a natural process and necessary to the health of many forests.Fast Facts | Wildfire + Healthy Forests
Did you know Forests can recover naturally after a wildfire but sometimes they need a little help.Fast Facts | Wildfire Rehabilitation
We are #forestproud.
#forestproud is a cutting-edge communications program and platform, powered by the Society of American Foresters and supported by a diverse community of people and partners. We are a diverse community - and collectively, we are responsible for keeping forests as forests and are committed to stewarding and championing forest climate solutions. From planting, managing, and conserving forests, to innovative products and materials that are sustainably sourced from them, we are reimagining our cities, rethinking our climate future, and reconnecting people and forests. We are #forestproud of the critical role forests and forest products play in shaping the future of our climate.
Join us. We all have a part to play.