Term: Trees for Tomorrow
a Wisconsin forest conservation organization created by state officials and lumber company executives in 1944. Headquartered at Eagle River, Trees for Tomorrow planted 23,000,000 trees and prepared management plans for 370,000 acres of private woodland before it shifted its focus to educational programs and school forests in the early 1970s.
The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See a description of the archives of Trees for Tomorrow, Inc., 1942-1986 for more information.
[Source: Rosholt, Malcolm. The Wisconsin Logging Book, 1839-1939. (Rosholt, Wis., 1980): 282.]