Hardwood Forestry Fund Members know that wood is a renewable resource, and that healthy, vibrant forests provide benefits to wildlife, the environment, and to people.

Sustaining Hardwood Forests Without Breaking the Bank

The Challenge
Like many businesses and organizations that feel the effects of a slow economy, the Hardwood Forestry Fund (HFF) is trying to do more with less to assure supporters that their contributions are going further in these tough times. By keeping overhead low, working closely with forestry project partners to find planting efficiencies and seeking projects that deliver the most trees per dollar invested, the HFF is leading industry efforts to create and manage sustainable hardwood forests on public land.

The Opportunity
The Hardwood Forestry Fund was successful in obtaining seven excellent tree planting project proposals and one natural regeneration proposal for initiation in 2010/2011. These projects total $52,000 for more than 500,000 new trees. Replacing trees used by the woodworking industry will help ensure the success of thriving forests.

Your Role
Your help is needed now! Donations of all sizes are welcome and encouraged. The projects collectively improve more than 300 acres and establish productive forests of red oak, white oak, black cherry, black walnut, butternut, sugar maple, basswood, hickory, and other hardwoods valuable to commercial and wildlife purposes.

The Future
Please consider a corporate or personal donation to give back to the forests that sustain industry business in good times and in bad. All Hardwood Forestry Fund projects are managed for multiple use and require a harvest and regeneration schedule. Send inquiries to info@hardwoodforestryfund.org.

The Hardwood Forestry Fund is a 501 (c) (3) educational foundation that establishes sustainable forests for future generations' natural resource needs. Contributions are tax-deductible.

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