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Pinchot Letter - Fall 2006/Winter 2007
  • Bioenergy Markets: New Capitol Infusion for Sustainable Forest Management [Download pdf]
  • Payments for Environmental Services: An Alternative Approach to Promoting Stewardship of Private Forest Lands [Download pdf]
  • Report Finds Chesapeake Forests Disappearing by 100 Acres Daily [Download pdf]
  • Do Good and Trim Taxes [Download pdf]

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Pinchot Letter - Spring 2007
  • Ensuring Forest Sustainability in the Development of Wood-based Bioenergy [Download pdf]
  • The Massachusetts Sustainable Forest Bioenergy Initiative [Download pdf]

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Pinchot Letter - Spring 2008
  • Climate Change Effects on Natural Resources: Avoiding the Unmanageable and Managing the Unavoidable on America’s Federal Public Lands [Download pdf]
  • The Community’s Role in Stewardship Activities on Federal Forests [Download pdf]
  • Transforming Capitalism into a Positive Tool for Conservation [Download pdf]
  • Confronting the Loss of America’s Forests: Where are Our Priorities? [Download pdf]
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Pinchot Letter - Winter 2008
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Pinchot Letter Fall 2010
  • Demonstrating Sustainable Community Forestry in Ecuador by Peter Pinchot [Download article]
  • Connecting Human Health and Forest Conservation in the Rio Verde Canandé Watershed by Ariel Pinchot [Download article]
  • Improving Conventional Timber Harvest and Log Yield in Working Forests of the Mountainous Tropics by Blair Rynearson [Download article]
  • How to Reconstruct a Rain Forest by Amy Rogers [Download article]
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Pinchot Letter Fall 2012
  • Redefining Forest Conservation in the Anthropocene by V. Alaric Sample [View article]
  • Forest Land Loss on the Rebound by Tom Tidwell [View article]
  • Oil for Trees: Does the Land and Water Conservation Fund Offer a Devil's Bargain? by Char Miller [View article]
  • Book Review: Managing Ecosystems in a Changing Climate [View Article]
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Pinchot Letter Summer 2009
  • Avoiding the Next Bioenergy Bubble [Download pdf]
  • Economic Recovery and Stewardship Contracting: Building the Restoration Economy with Green Jobs [Download pdf]
  • Linking Forest Health and Human Health on America’s Private Woodlands[Download pdf]
  • Discovery of Ancient Human Remains in Southeast Alaska [Download pdf]
  • Adapting to Climate Change: Developing a Coordinated International Strategy [Download pdf]
  • 2008 Pinchot Institute Donors
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Pinchot Letter Summer 2010
  • Considering Forest Sustainability in the Development of Wood Bioenergy in the US [Download article]
  • New England’s Forests in Context: An Insider’s Outsider Perspective [Download article]
  • Massachusetts Study Highlights Issues in Biomass and Carbon Policy [Download article]

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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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The Pinchot Letter - Spring 2006
  • Outlook for Developments in Sustainable Forest Management [Download pdf]
  • Effects of Global Economic Trends on Sustainable Management of U.S. Forests [Download pdf]

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The Pinchot Letter Fall 2013
  • Healthy Forests & Healthy Waters by Will Price and Stephanie P. Dalke [View article]
  • From the President - The Pinchot Institute at 50: An Appreciation [View article]
  • Sustaining Water Resources and Other Forest Ecosystem Services in the Era of Climate Change by V. Alaric Sample [View article]
  • The Upper Neuse Clean Water Initiative by Lisa Creasman [View Article]
  • Fire, Drought, and Water Supply Resiliency in Fort Collins by Aaron Lein [View Article]
  • Scaling the Natural Infrastructure Approach to Source Water Protection by James Mulligan and Todd Gartner  [View article
  • Caring for the Land and Serving People, Where They Live: Improving the Lives of People and Their Communities Through Urban Natural Resources Stewardship by Michael T. Rains  [View article]
  • Whole Watershed Restoration Initiative: Harnessing Collaboration to Restore Salmon Habitat in the Northwest by Cathy Kellon [View article]
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The Pinchot Letter Spring 2012
  • Essential Tools for Sustaining America's Forests - Reauthorizing Stewardship Contracts on Federal Lands by Brian A. Kittler and V. Alaric Sample [View article]
  • From the President - A Conservation Ethic for a Changing World [View article]
  • An Integrated Story for an Ecological Civilization by Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker, 2012 Pinchot Distinguished Lecturer [View article]
  • Earth as Biodiversity Hotspot: Environmental Stewardship in the Next Era of Conservation by V. Alaric Sample [View Article]
  • Federal Lands and the Eye of the Beholder by V. Alaric Sample [View Article]
  • Study Challenges Carbon Absorption Potential of Future Forests  [View article
  • Common Waters Fund Receives Partnership Award by Will Price  [View article]
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The Pinchot Letter Spring 2014
  • Green Fire Meets Red Fire; Environmental History Meets the No-Analogue Anthropocene by Dr. Stephen J. Pyne [View article]
  • From the President - Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Managing Forests and Fire in the Anthropocene [View article]
  • Wilderness and Conservation Strategy in the Anthropocene by Travis Belote, Greg Aplet, Anne Carlson, and Peter McKinley [View article]
  • Preparing for the Mid-term: Nearing Five Years of the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program by R. Patrick Bixler [View Article]
  • Lessons Learned from an Unprecedented Experiment in Collaborative Forest Management by Will Price [View Article]
  • A Landmark Policy for Restoring Federal Forests: Permanent Authorization of Stewardship Contracting in the Farm Bill by Brian Kittler [View article]
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