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2012 Annual Report

Our 2012 Annual Report is available to read online.

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.

Allegheny College & Foundation Partner

MEADVILLE, Pa. – Sept. 7, 2012 -- Allegheny College and the Foundation for Sustainable Forests have signed a groundbreaking agreement that will preserve and protect fragile ecosystems in Pennsylvania and southern New York while providing opportunities for landowners to support both nonprofit organizations.

Forest Conference 5/18 & 5/19

The Loving the Land through Working Forests conference was a huge success.

It was standing room only in Allegheny College’s Vukovich Center Theatre on Friday, May 18 for the “Conversation with Wendell Berry.”

Loving the Land Conference Release

Famed Author Wendell Berry to Open Forestry Conference

Meadville – Wendell Berry, renowned author and sustainability and land ethic advocate, will open the Foundation for Sustainable Forestry’s “Loving the Land through Working Forests” conference on May 18 and 19 with a program at Allegheny College.

The program, “A Conversation with Wendell Berry” will be held at 7 p.m., Friday, May 18 in the Vukovich Center Theatre. It is free and open to the public.

2011 Annual Report

Our 2011 Annual Report is available to read online.

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