At Kodiiac, we not only provide our customers with access to the best products, a great service experience, and the best prices, we also support conservation efforts through corporate partnerships with the Conservation Alliance and the National Forest Foundation, a non-profit partner of the U.S. Forest Service. A portion of every Kodiiac Pro membership is donated to the following.
- Conservation Alliance's grant program to support grassroots conservation projects across America.
- National Forest Foundation's Trees for Us program, which plants trees on 193-million spectacular acres of our National Forests and Grasslands.
The National Forest Foundation
The NFF's mission is to engage Americans in promoting the health and public enjoyment of our National Forests.
Managed by the U.S. Forest Service, our National Forests host 170 million visits every year, which generates $13.5 billion in economic activity and spending annually. This economic activity sustains nearly 223,000 jobs in gateway communities across America.
These lands are the foundation of America’s outdoor recreation heritage. They provide water to 123 million Americans in 3,400 communities, clean our air, store carbon, provide timber, and source minerals, oil, gas and other resources for industry and communities.
Today, our National Forest System includes,
- 9,126 miles of drivable scenic byways
- 148,295 miles of hiking trails
- 4,418 miles of wild and scenic rivers
- 5,107 campgrounds
- 1,200 boating sites
- And 328 natural pools for swimming
The Conservation Alliance consist of outdoor industry companies that disburses its collective annual membership dues to grassroots environmental organizations. The Alliance directs its funding to community-based campaigns that protect threatened wild habitat and outdoor recreation in order to protect and restore America’s wild places Today, the Conservation Alliance has more than 200 member companies and plans to disburse $1.8 million in 2017 grants.
Since its inception in 1989, the Alliance has contributed more than $18 million to grassroots conservation groups throughout North America. The results of funding have been remarkable. Here is a snapshot of the impact that the Conservation Alliance has had over the years.
- Supported over 550 conservation projects
- Helped save more than 50 million acres of wild lands
- Protected 2,991 miles of rivers
- Stoped or removed 29 dams
- Designated five marine reserves
- Purchased 12 climbing areas.
National Parks Foundation