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Zuni Mtn. CFLR All Hands Meeting

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 09:00 to 16:30

Please join us for the Zuni Mountain Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program All Hands meeting. The meeting will include presentation on Forest “Restoration” in the Context of a Changing Climate by Dr. Craig Allen and important discussions on future directions for the Collaborative. See the full agenda here.

Fire and Communities: Images and Science at the New Mexico Museum of Art

Sunday, May 3, 2015 - 14:00 to 15:00

Please join us for an engaging look at the beauty and science of fires in New Mexico during a free lecture in New Mexico Museum of Art's St. Francis Auditorium at 2pm, May 3.

Join the discussion about harvest restrictions impacts in Wisconsin

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 18:30

The Forest Guild is Conducting the Wisconsin Forest Practices and Harvesting Restrictions Assessment, and We Want to Hear from You.

Please join your colleagues at one of our evening listening sessions:

A Year to be Thankful: Forest Guild Annual Report

Throughout the seasons and the changes of 2014, the Forest Guild has actively advanced forest stewardship across the forest landscape. As the year’s end approaches, we would like to pause and share the highlights of a busy year and offer thanks to our many members, supporters, and active partners who have made our successes possible. Our annual report has a brief updates from across the country. Read it here.

Putting the forest first

Forest Guild members are committed to putting the forest first. We feel the well-being of human society is dependent on responsible forest management that places the highest priority on the maintenance and enhancement of the entire forest ecosystem. We practice ecological forestry that uses nature as a model for sustainable resource mangement. Read more about our mission and principles here.

Join Us!

The Forest Guild is a professional organization of foresters and allied natural resource professionals that practice and promote ecologically, economically, and socially responsible forestry. The Guild is a non-profit organization (501(c)3). The Guild engages in education, training, policy analysis, research, and advocacy to foster excellence in stewardship, support practicing foresters and other natural resource professionals. We also seek to engage woodland owners, communities, and the public in the challenges of forest conservation and management. Join us and support forest stewardship!