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2008 Distinguished Lecture: Ecology and the Challenge of Sustainable Investing presented by Joseph F. Keefe
2011 Distinguished Lecture: Forest Conservation and Climate Change: U.S. Role in International and Domestic Policy
We are pleased to share with you to our 2011 Pinchot Institute for Conservation Distinguished Lecture. Our esteemed speaker this year was Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, who spoke on Forest Conservation and Climate Change: U.S. Role in International and Domestic Policy.
2012 Distinguished Lecture -- Journey of the Universe: Environmental Stewardship and Human Transformation by Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker
Join us for the 2012 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture in Washington, DC on Thursday, February 23rd at 3pm at the Carnegie Institution for Science.
2013 Distinguished Lecture - Tom Tidwell: "Sustaining Forests in the Time of Climate Change"
Tom Tidwell delivered the 2013 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture: "Sustaining Forests in the Time of Climate Change."
2013 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture
Join us for the 2013 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture in Washington, DC on Thursday, February 14th at 3pm at the Cosmos Club.

2014 Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Stephen J. Pyne
Dr. Stephen J. Pyne will deliver the 2014 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, February 20th in Washington, DC.
2015 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture: Hon. Bill Ritter


Pinchot Distinguished Lecture Invitation


2016 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Jerry F. Franklin
2016 Distringuished Lecture Invitation
2017 Distinguished Lecture: Rev. Sally Bingham
2017 Distinguished Lecture Invitation
Common Waters Regional Forum
The Pinchot Institute is hosting a community dialogue on the importance of the Delaware River as a common regional resource.

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Driving Tour of Managed Family Forests
Driving tour of Common Waters Locations

Saturday, June 15, 9 am - 1 pm, FREE

Join us on a driving tour of privately owned forested properties located within the Upper Delaware River Basin and learn how participation in the Common Waters Fund helps landowners conserve and manage their forests. Learn how healthy forests in this region provide clean drinking water for more than 15 million people downstream and how the health and existence of these forests are threatened by the pressures of development.

Registration required, call 570-296-9625 to reserve a spot.

Limited to first 22 registrants.

Co-sponsored by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Grey Towers Heritage Association and the US Forest Service at Grey Towers.
Family Forests: What Will the Next Generation Do?
October 2005 presentation to the National Association of State Foresters by Catherine Mater, Senior Fellow.
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Forest Land Conservation in the 21st Century: Strategy and Policy
A Symposium in Commemoration of the Weeks Act Centennial hosted by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation and the USDA Forest Service to be held on June 7-8, 2011 at Yale University.
Forum on Forests with Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell
An informal forum hosted by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation to bring together the new Chief of the Forest Service and conservation organizations in the area. A summary of the major topics discussed is available.
Gifford Pinchot Documentary Screening at Grey Towers
You're invited to a free screening of the WVIA documentary Seeking the Greatest Good: The Conservation Legacy of Gifford Pinchot on Saturday, June 15 at dusk at Grey Towers National Historic Site. The film highlights Pinchot's philosophy of natural resource conservation through sustainable use and how that legacy is continued today by the Pinchot Institute and Grey Towers.

The screening is part of the Grey Towers Heritage Association Screen on the Green environmental film series and will be shown rain or shine in the outdoor amphitheater or tented terrace area (bring a picnic dinner, blankets, and/or lawn chairs). The 56-minute film will start at dusk (approximately 7:30pm).

For more information call 570-296-9630 or email info@greytowers.org.

Gifford Pinchot Documentary Screening at the DC Environmental Film Festival
The 21st Annual DC Environmental Film Festival will include a free screening of Seeking the Greatest Good: The Conservation Legacy of Gifford Pinchot on Thursday, March 21st at 5:30pm at the National Portrait Gallery.
National Stewardship Contracting Virtual Meeting: Case Studies from Recent Stewardship Contracting Projects

Tuesday, May 2nd 1:00-2:30 EST

There is no cost to participate; Registration is required.

Why should you attend?
To learn more about how and why non-agency stakeholders engage the Forest Service in the design and implementation of stewardship projects on National Forests. This virtual meeting will review lessons learned from a sample of recently completed stewardship contracts and agreements from across the country; evaluating common challenges, strategies, and opportunities.

Topics we will discuss include:

  • How non-agency stakeholders engage in stewardship contracting projects and where their input is having the greatest impact;
  • Differences between projects with established collaborative groups and those that do not have established collaborative groups;
  • How the diversity of participants affects project success; and
  • How the scope and scale of stewardship projects are affected by public involvement.

How to join the meeting
A brief registration is required. To register now click here.

For background on Programmatic Monitoring of Stewardship Contracting:
http://www.pinchot.org/gp/Stewardship_Contracting

 
This meeting is hosted by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Michigan State University, the Watershed Research and Training Center, and the USDA Forest Service.

Outlook Session 2006: Trends Influencing the Future of Sustainable Forest Management
Held February 24, 2006
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) addresses the Pinchot Institute Forum on Climate Change, Forests and Bioenergy
Teacher Training Workshop: Grey Towers 101
In partnership with the Lacawac Sanctuary and US Forest Service, the Pinchot Institute for Conservation invites you to participate in a free workshop for K-12 teachers of all subject areas. This workshop will:
  • Introduce teachers across grade levels and disciplines to the educational opportunities at Grey Towers National Historic Site.
  • Increase teacher and student understanding of the importance of Grey Towers and the Pinchot family to social justice, civil rights and the American conservation movement.  Connect the Pinchot legacy to relevant current social and environmental issues.
  • Introduce the site's Forestry Trail ecosystem and activities that address various academic standards.
  • Highlight a variety of student community service opportunities at Grey Towers NHS.


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