June 30, 2020

2 great ways to support forest conservation!

Erie and Crawford Gives Days are just around the corner!
May 15, 2020

Introducing the Sugar Creek Access at Thompsons’ Wood

Announcing the addition of theSugar Creek Access to the 194-acre Thompsons' Wood in Crawford County
April 29, 2020

Enjoy the Lynn Firth Virtual Wildflower Walk!

The FSF has partnered with the Erie National Wildlife Refuge and DCNR Bureau of Forestry to produce a virtual wildflower walk!
February 10, 2020

Announcing “Our Woods & Waters Film Series”

In partnership with the French Creek Valley Conservancy, we are hosting two nights of selected environmental films, free and open to the public
November 27, 2019

Ellery Forest Conserved through Donation

A 113-acre woodland in Ellery has been donated to the Foundation for Sustainable Forests by Chautauqua residents Ted and Deborah First
October 28, 2019
Thompsons and Troy Firth

55 Acres in Crawford County Conserved

The FSF has protected 55 acres of working woodlands in perpetuity thanks to the generosity of an inspiring couple in Virginia.
September 5, 2019

Troy Firth is a PA Leopold Conservation Award Finalist

Troy Firth is one of three finalists for the 2019 Pennsylvania Leopold Conservation Award
July 31, 2019
Firth presentation

Troy Firth’s Achievements

Produced by the PA Environmental Council to honor Troy Firth as a 2019 PA Environmental Award
June 25, 2019

Foundation Protects 436 Acres in Warren County

The FSF recently conserved 436 acres of working woodlands in Warren County’s Southwest and Eldred townships, in the Caldwell Creek Watershed
May 21, 2019

PALTA Honors Firth with Conservation Leadership Award

Troy Firth has received the Lifetime Conservation Leadership Award at the annual Conference hosted by the PA Land Trust Association. 
March 27, 2019

Troy Firth to receive Western PA Environmental Award

Troy Firth is being honored with a 2019 Western PA Environmental Award for his work in forest management and conservation.
February 21, 2019

Sustainable management begins in Erie’s Glenwood Park

Two horse crews worked Glenwood Park to conduct a "worst-first" harvest of dying and diseased trees in the park