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Winter/Spring 2019

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Winter/Spring 2019

Winter/Spring 2019 CoverIn this issue, read about the conservation of the most iconic wanderer of the wild north, the wolverine. Explore some of the most interesting superlative trees marked by fascinating characteristics other than size. And, navigate the swampy waters of western Tennessee and the unique ecosystems they boast.

Plus, see the stunning photography that earned top honors in this year’s Forests in Focus photo contest.

Download the entire Winter/Spring issue here.

Features

  • A Wolverine Revival

    Read a personal narrative of work to conserve the wolverine population in the Northern Cascades as climate change poses a threat to their habitat.
  • The Other Champion Trees

    Find out about superlative trees whose characteristics make them champions of a different order than the measures for our National Register.
  • Seeking Ancient Cypress

    Discover the mysterious, swampy ecosystems of the Wolf River’s Ghost Section and Reelfoot Lake in Tennessee and the cypress forests they cover.
  • 2018 Forests in Focus Photo Contest Winners

    See the stunning photography that earned top honors in this year’s Forests in Focus photo contest.


  • Departments

  • Offshoots: Forests for All

    A word from our President & CEO
  • Earthkeepers: Making Forests Green Again

    How Dana Walsh has devoted her career in the U.S. Forest Service to restoring fire-stricken forests, particularly in the Sierra Nevada.
  • Project Showcase: Food Forests Nurture the Community

    Read about our work planting trees for healing and nurturing in a Boston community.
  • Project Showcase: Out of the Ashes

    Read about our work restoring fire-stricken land in the San Bernardino Mountains.
  • Partner Profile: Alliance Data

    Learn about our partnership with Alliance Data.
  • Donor Profile: Bruce and Carol Barge

    Learn about how two of our supporters are returning to their roots by being involved in conservation.
  • From the Field: Lower Rio Grande Valley

    Follow what we’ve been up to in the field in Texas.
  • From the Field: Baltimore, Md.

    Follow what we’ve been up to in the field in Baltimore, Md.
  • Action Center: A New Congress and Recent Legislative Victories

    Learn the challenges facing the new congress as well as recent legislative victories for forests.
  • Last Look: Feedback from Our Community

    Read what our Facebook community had to say about our Forests in Focus People’s Choice nominees.
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