Check out Meg Harrington's final thesis, titled:
THE EFFICACY OF HABITAT CONSERVATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS FOR FAMILY FOREST OWNERS IN VERMONT
Check out the new brochure from the 2018 NWOS! Click to download or email for a copy to mailed to you!
Regional & Statewide Summaries of the 2018 NWOS data are here!
Have you ever wanted a quick summary of the latest NWOS data by region or state? Look no further! The 2 page summaries are here! Adorned with spiffy graphics and boiled down to bite size bullets, these two-pagers can be found at https://www.fs.usda.gov/treesearch/ by search RN-NRS-254 through RN-NRS-309. . Below is the summary of the whole U.S. for 10+ acre owners.
America's Family Forest Owners by Brett J Butler, PhD
Breaking news: SAF’s new book, America’s Family Forest Owners, is coming hot off the press in a few weeks. The author, Brett J. Butler, PhD, is renowned for years of meticulous research cultivating a unique dataset on the largest forest-owning population in the country: family forest owners. Collectively, family forest owners maintain 272 million acres, 39% of the total forest land in the United States, more than any other ownership group. The fate of the nation’s forests lies largely in the hands of this diverse group. This book is the first of its kind to speak to those 10 million family forest owners.
Kathryn Fernholz, CEO and President of Dovetail Partners and Chair of the American Forest Foundation’s board of trustees says about the book, “America’s Family Forest Owners is an essential read for forestry students and others who care about America’s forests and the people that own them. This book is equally appropriate for seasoned professionals, college students, stakeholders, and general public fans of nonfiction!”
This exciting book fills a very needed gap. America’s Family Forest Owners is available for purchase on our website now! Visit the SAF bookstore to order your copy today.
New Report on the White Oak Initiative Landowner Survey
In collaboration with the American Forest Foundation and the White Oak Initiative, the FFRC conducted a survey of 20,000 landowners across the range of the white oak. Respondents were asked how they feel about their upland oak woodlands and what barriers they face to oak management practices.
New Report on the Efficacy of Vermont's Wildlife Conservation Programs
Meg Harrington wraps up her graduate work. Click to download the report.