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Pinchot Letter Winter 2010
  • Bay Bank - The Chesapeake's Conservation Marketplace [Download article]
  • Status of Markets for Ecosystem Services by Sara Vickerman [Download article]
  • Valuing Drinking Water as an Ecosystem Service by Albert Todd and Emily Weidner [Download article]
  • Sustaining the World's Natural Capital by William H. Hudnut, III [Download article]
  • Forestry Done Right: Precious Woods and the Future of the Amazon by Char Miller [Download article]
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Pinchot Letter Winter 2013
  • Embracing Gifford Pinchot’s “Practical Idealism” by Robert Bonnie [View article]
  • From the President: Changing the Future of US Forests: A Call for Recommitment by V. Alaric Sample [View article]
  • Grey Towers: The Heart of the Modern Conservation Movement by Peter Pinchot [View article]
  • The Enduring Value of the Pinchot Institute-US Forest Service Partnership by Tom Tidwell [View article]
  • Photos from the 50th anniversary celebration [View article]
  • Conserving Pennsylvania's Public Lands for Recreation, Jobs, and Natural Beauty by Ellen Ferretti [View article]
  • The Pinchot Institute: Building on the Conservation Legacy of Gifford Pinchot by Nels Johnson [View article]
  • Investing in Our Future: Fostering an Environmentally Literate and Engaged Society by Leila Pinchot [View article]
  • 2012-2013 Pinchot Institute Supporters [View article]

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Pinchot Letter: Fall 2011
  • Restoring the Land: The Weeks Act and the Expansion of Federal Forestry by Char Miller [Download article]
  • The Weeks Act and the Future of Land Conservation in the United States by Al Sample [Download article]
  • Rebuilding a Greener Community through Creative Partnerships by Brian Kittler [Download article]
  • From the President of the Pinchot Institute [Download article]
  • Inside the Institute -- Landserver: A Conservation Assessment Tool for Farmers and Woodland Owners; 2011 Elisabeth S. Mortimer Internship [Download article]
  • Acknowledging 2010-2011 Pinchot Institute Supporters and In-Kind Donors [Download article]
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Pinchot Letter: Spring 2011
  • The Common Waters Fund: a Forest-to-Faucet Approach for the Delaware River by Stephanie Pendergrass [Download article]
  • Innovation in Improving Water Management: The Water Fund Approach by Karin Krchnak [Download article]
  • Pennsylvania's Forests: How They are Changing and Why We Should Care by Eric Sprague [Download article]
  • Forest Conservation and Climate Change: A Summary of the 2011 Pinchot Distinguished Lecture with Amb. Stuart Eizenstat [Download article]
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Plantations & Protected Areas: Toward a New Consensus on Sustainable Forest Management
October 2005. Download pdf
Plantations and Protected Areas in Sustainable Forestry
Will Price, Naureen Rana and V. Alaric Sample (ed.), Hawthorn Press, 2005.
Plantations and Protected Areas: Considering a Policy Framework-Symposium Proceedings
Grey Towers National Historical Landmark, October 2001 Download pdf
Principles of Sustainable Forest Management: Examples from Recent U.S. and International Efforts
V. Alaric Sample. Released in 1998. Download pdf
Programmatic Monitoring of the Role Local Communities Play in Developing Stewardship Contracts: FY 2011
This programmatic monitoring report to the USDA Forest Service details: challenges in engaging stakeholders in stewardship contracting; successes in engaging communities in stewardship contracting; and the benefits perceived by participants in stewardship projects. Download PDF
Programmatic Monitoring of the Role Local Communities Play in Developing Stewardship Contracts: FY 2011
This programmatic monitoring report to the US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management details: challenges in engaging stakeholders in stewardship contracting; successes in engaging communities in stewardship contracting; and the benefits perceived by participants in stewardship projects. Download PDF
Quick Guide to Collaboration and the NEPA Process
Quick Guide to Opportunities for Collaboration in Land Management Planning at the Forest Service
Regulatory Takings: A Historical Overview and Legal Analysis for Natural Resource Management
Susan M. Stedfast. Released in 1997. Download pdf
Rethinking Public Land Governance for the New Century by Daniel Kemmis, 2000
Saving Nature in Time: The Past and the Future of Environmentalism, by William Cronon, 2004 (Transcript Unavailable.)
Stewardship and Landscape Coordination for Sustainable Forests by John Fedkiw and Gerald A. Rose. 2008.
  • An experienced perspective of sustainability and natural resource management as a process rather than a destination.
  • Demonstrates the practical application of Fedkiw’s theoretical Pathway Model for Sustainability through the activities of the Minnesota Forest Resources Council (MFRC).
  • Praised by Dave Zumeta, the Executive Director of the Minnesota Forest Resources Council, as, "...a valuable addition to the literature on sustainable forest management and protection. It uses a specific empirical example to help make the abstract concept of sustainability more concrete."

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Stewardship Contracting: A Summary of Lessons Learned from the Pilot Experience
This report summarizes the lessons learned over five years of the Institute's work on multiparty monitoring of community involvement in stewardship contracting. Download pdf.
Strengthening the Ties that Bind: A Workshop Between Community-Based Forest Groups and the USDA Forest Service
Andrea Bedell Loucks. Released in June 2002. Download pdf

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