Pacific Forest Trust Comments: California’s Revised Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Strategy
Pacific Forest Trust Comments: California’s Air Resources Board and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs are developing a model for natural and working lands.
Pacific Forest Trust Comments: CAL FIRE draft guidelines for new Forest Health GGRF grant program.
Pacific Forest Trust Comments: The importance of including forests and other natural and working lands in Oregon’s cap-and-trade program
Pacific Forest Trust Comments: Increase carbon stores and resilience to climate change by conserving Natural Working Lands.
Comments on natural and working lands in California’s Scoping Plan: establish consistent inventories, clearly define climate goals, and continue offsets.
Done right, biomass can be part of a sustainable energy future. Done wrong, it will add to already dangerous levels of CO2.
What role can natural lands play in helping California meet its 2050 climate change goals? Vibrant Communities and Landscapes explores the state’s vision.
Innovative Conservation Partnership Gains Federal Funds to Protect Threatened Species and Excellent Forestry on Siskiyou Crest
USFWS awarded a $1 million grant to help protect threatened species in one of the most biodiverse places in the world, the Mountcrest Working Forest.
We’re one step away from officially recognizing source watersheds as essential to California’s water system. Assembly Bill 2480 (Bloom) has moved to the Governor’s desk for signature.
Whether we love it or hate it, fire is integral to our landscape. Laurie Wayburn discusses how we can learn to work and live with fire.
Sometimes forests need help recovering from intense wildfires. We’re collaborating with the landowners of two properties to aid forest restoration.
Harry and Charlotte Turner have deep roots in California and they are passionate about helping conserve the state’s natural heritage and richness. We’re honored to have their support and share their story.
Paul Henson with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in Oregon has spent over two decades studying and protecting wild animals. We caught up with him to discuss two rare species, one that is listed under the Endangered Species Act and one that is not.
Public-private collaboration across boundaries benefits wildlife, watersheds, and working lands in the Mount Shasta Headwaters Conservation Area.
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