Today Assembly Bill 2480 was signed by Governor Jerry Brown, recognizing forested source watersheds as a critical component of CA’s water infrastructure.
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.
Water, wildlife, public recreation, and the local economy benefit from a 20-square-mile Working Forest Conservation Easement in the McCloud River Watershed.
New legislation requires source watersheds to be acknowledged as infrastructure and a critical component of California’s water system.
Pacific Forest Trust, an innovative leader in the conservation of working forests for all their public benefits, today announced it has achieved independent Accreditation for a second time–a national mark of honor and distinction in land conservation.
On the slopes of Mt. Shasta in Northern California, the 3,468-acre historic Butte Creek Meadows ranch, owned by the Hart family for more than 150 years, is now conserved forever.
Today the Wildlife Conservation Board granted $1.65 million in support of PFT’s Butte Creek Meadows Working Forest Conservation Easement project near Mt. Shasta
Governor Brown’s GHG Reductions Plan Emphasizes The Importance Of Investing In Natural Infrastructure Solutions
Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order today that solidifies California’s commitment to fighting global warming.
Congressman Chris Gibson introduced a bill today that will accelerate the pace and scale of forest conservation through a modest tweak to the Forest Legacy Program.
A vast and once-glorious Modoc County forest landscape devastated in the 2012 Barry Point wildfire will be reborn and nurtured into healthy forests and meadows, teeming with wildlife.
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