Since the 1940s, Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) has offered educational programs to teach students, teachers and the general public about the importance of sustainable forestry. Originally established to reverse the devastation caused by unsustainable logging practices, TFT began focusing its energy on environmental education programs in the 1960s when reforestation in northern Wisconsin was substantially completed.
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and the public, from all walks of life, have come to TFT’s campus to learn about sustainable management of our natural resources. Today, TFT welcomes more than 11,000 visitors to its campus every year from Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan – and around the globe.
Our alumni stories are a huge part of TFT’s history. As part of our 75th anniversary, we invite you to share your story with us, so we can share our historical roots with others.
We invite you to fill out the survey and submit it to us, and join our special Facebook page reserved for alumni.
Please include a picture of yourself today and/or a picture of yourself when you visited TFT’s campus, or both, if possible. We’d love to see you! Please email your completed survey and picture(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in connecting with other TFT alumni to learn about their experiences and to share your memories throughout our 75-year history? Click here to access the TFT Alumni Facebook page to connect with others who have had a TFT experience, and share your stories and photos.
Thank you for helping us share our vibrant history!