FSF Leadership Remarks
Friday, September 16, 2022 was one of those magical evenings when you could be anywhere and the golden hour of sunset would be memorable. Getting to share it with friends and supporters of the Foundation for Sustainable Forests made it even better!
For those of you who could not attend, we are grateful to Dan Henninger for providing his recording services so that we may be able to offer these videos to you.
If you want to see a few photos from the evening, be sure to check out our 2022 Dinner Recap.
Thanks to everyone who came out, and a special thanks to Tamarack Wildlife Center for being there with some very special guests, Dr. Steve Latta of the National Aviary for a wonderful presentation, the Iroquois Club for being such gracious hosts, and to all who contributed such wonderful, conservation- and stewardship-minded Chance Auction items!
“Using Forestry to Increase Bird Diversity for Conservation”
Steven Latta, PhD, Director of Conservation & Field Research, National Aviary
Lynn Firth Giving Society
As part of the evening's program, we introduced the newly created Lynn Firth Giving Society, which recognizes donors who have made a single cash gift of $1,000 or more in their support of the Foundation for Sustainable Forests and its mission.
This level of support often translates directly to the direct conservation of lands, which is the Foundation's most critical priority, alongside the careful stewardship of its already conserved lands.
This recognition is separate from our many valued supporters who have furthered the Foundation for Sustainable Forests' mission through the donation of forested land. It also does not distinguish our many supporters who keep this work going in important ways through their annual membership and engagement. You are all exceptional and critical to the success of this work!
Thank you for your continued support!