Trees For Tomorrow

Trees For Tomorrow (TFT)

Address:519 Sheridan St
PO Box 609
Eagle River, WI 54521

Established: 1944. Description:Nonprofit natural resource specialty school for elementary, middle school, and high school students in Wisconsin, upper Michigan, and northern Illinois. Offers field studies and classroom presentations to teach conservation values and demonstrate the benefits of resource management. Members: 400. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: Northbound (monthly); free to members. Tree Tips (biweekly); free online to members.

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One of IBSAR's more high-profile campaigns is the Seeds of Hope, Trees for Tomorrow project.
His numerous other affiliations included Trees for Tomorrow Resources Education Center Board, the Middleton Agribusiness Department Advisory Committee and his local church council.
Shafer, Director of ENSR International's Sustainable Development services, has been elected as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Trees For Tomorrow (TFT), a nonprofit school for environmental education.
By managing forests in a sustainable and productive manner, our timber and forest products industry makes certain there will be products today and an abundance of trees for tomorrow.
CLEAN-LAND began its Trees For Tomorrow program in 1994, with the goal of planting 10,000 trees in Cleveland to commemorate the City's Bicentennial and finding private sponsors for all the trees at a cost of $50 a tree.