Resource Management

  • Governance to Create Landscape Level Conservation

    Governance to Create Landscape Level Conservation

    A diverse group of Seattle-based conservation, business, finance, academic and elected representatives were concerned that a 100,000-acre working forest would be subdivided and sold off for development. These lands served as the city’s viewshed, watershed and recreational area. The group’s greatest challenge was convincing the landowner, a prominent forest products…

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  • Acquisition of a Community Forest

    Acquisition of a Community Forest

    The Redwood Forest Foundation is a non-profit community forest organization that was created to acquire working forestland that could be owned and operated for long-term sustainable timber production—but in a manner that would also restore the forest’s biological diversity and enhance anadromous fish populations. In addition to helping the Foundation…

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