What's New at the Foundation

Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Success Again! Loving the Land Through Working Forests
  • Conference Pictures
  • Horsing Around
  • Project Outreach

2013 Annual Report

Inside:

  • Challenges & Successes
  • Financial Summary
  • Plan for 2014
  • President's Message
  • PA Forest Facts
  • Land Management

Loving the Land Conference 2014

The third-annual Loving the Land Through Working Forests Conference will be held May 16 and 17.

This year’s event includes the annual Pennsylvania Tree Farm of the Year Tour as part of the day-long, in-the-field programming on Saturday, May 17.

Foundation Acquires Platea Tract

The Foundation for Sustainable Forests has acquired and permanently protected 106 acres of woodland in Girard Township.

Fall/Winter 2013-14 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Leopold Biographer Curt Meine to Speak at Conference
  • Caldwell Creek Project
  • Your Land, Your Legacy

Newsletter for Summer 2013

Our Summer 2013 Newsletter is available to read online. This issue includes a report on our 2013 Loving the Land Through Working Forests Conference, an update on the Caldwell Creek Project, opportunities to partner with us, and more.

Spring/Summer 2013 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Loving the LAnd & Wendell Berry
  • A Partner in Forest Conservation
  • Caldwell Creek Project Update
  • Forest Stewardship Council Certification
  • Volunter Opportunities
  • Firth Featured in Wendell Berry essay

2012 Annual Report

Inside:

  • Notable Achievements
  • Where We Are
  • 2012 Spending in Brief
  • Forest Loss Predicted
  • President's Message

FFSF Adds Protection to Caldwell Creek, Warren County

SPARTANSBURG, PA -- December 10, 2012 -- The Foundation for Sustainable Forests has purchased 85 acres of forested land along Caldwell Creek in Southwest Township, Warren County.

The parcel increases the Foundation’s footprint along Caldwell Creek, an important and popular Class A trout fishery, to nearly 800 acres. In addition to the recent purchase, the Foundation has committed bequests and/or agreements for approximately 700 acres around the stream.

Fall/Winter 2012-13 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Welcome to your FFSF Newsletter
  • Meet intern Jenna Smith
  • Gaining on our Core Mission
  • Know the Board
  • First Annual Loving the Land Conference

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