What's New at the Foundation

Fall/Winter 2015-16 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Charting the Future - Board Retreat
  • Erie Gives 2015 - Wow!
  • Stony Hollow Project Grant in November?
  • Organizational Changes
  • Upcoming Events
  • Do you Femelschlag?

Spring/Summer 2015 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Introducing New Board Member- Bob Slagter
  • Waiting for Word on Stony Hollow Grant
  • Project Outreach Pase 2 - Fund Drive
  • Loving the Land 2015

2014 Annual Report

Inside:

  • Accomplishments for 2016
  • 2014 Financial Summary
  • Words to Ponder
  • Scenes from 2014
  • President's Message

Loving the Land Conference 2015

The Foundation for Sustainable Forests’ annual Loving the Land Through Working Forests conference is coming to western New York in 2015.

Held for its first three years in northwestern Pennsylvania, the Loving the Land Through Working Forests conference has proven hugely successful. The conference’s in-the-field sessions have been praised by woodland owners, forestry and land management professionals and those with simply a forest conservation interest.

Fall/Winter 2014-15 Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • Invitation to first ever Fall Potluck
  • Project Outreach Update
  • Did you know?
  • "It's Everything We Care About" Branding

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

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