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Partnership with the USDA Forest Service: Improving Opportunities and Enhancing Existing Relationships
This report is a summary of issues and recommendations from Forest Service partners prepared by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation written by Peter Kostishack and Andrea Bedell Loucks. Released in 2001. Download pdf
Pathways to Sustainability
Producers of wood pellets in the United States will need to meet or exceed sustainability standards set by the European Union and individual European countries to protect the health of forests, while accessing expanding export markets. The growing European demand for U.S. wood biomass requires buyers to demonstrate enhanced sustainability of North America's forest resources. Download PDF

Pennsylvania's Forests: How they are changing and why we should care
Will Price and Eric Sprague .  January 2012.  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


 
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