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  • Home - New England Forestry Foundation
    Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine

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  • New England Forests: The Path to Sustainability - New England Forestry Foundation
    to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods New England Forests The Path to Sustainability Which of us has not been dazzled by the fierce orange of sugar maples in the fall enjoyed a paddle along a forested lakeshore skied down a forested slope or picnicked in the shade of a stately tree in a town or state park Forests are part of New Englanders daily lives Nearly all of us rely on forests for the quality and abundance of our region s outstanding drinking water Forests cool and clean our air support 30 000 jobs in the forest products industry and provide heat to 14 of New England homes Trees are central to the quality of life and the economic competitiveness of the region This report reveals forests existing contributions and future potential to support New Englanders lives and lifestyle It puts forward the first steps we collectively need to take to seize that potential to ensure a sustainable future Click here to download a copy of New England Forests The Path to Sustainability To learn more about the data supporting each forest benefit we encourage you to explore the Technical Reports that correspond with each chapter If you have further questions about the information and data presented please

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  • About the New England Forestry Foundation - New England Forestry Foundation
    Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods Mission Our History Staff Partnerships Board of Directors Board of Advisors Volunteers Finances Employment Opportunities Contact Us Privacy Policy Who we Are New England Forestry Foundation NEFF was founded in 1944 to encourage more prudent use of New England s forests which suffered from poor harvesting practices and a lack of good management planning Today NEFF is a recognized leader in sustainable forest management conservation forestry education and assisting landowners in the long term protection and management of their properties NEFF owns and manages

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  • The Mission of the New England Forestry Foundation - New England Forestry Foundation
    Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods Mission Our History Staff Partnerships Board of Directors Board of Advisors Volunteers Finances Employment Opportunities Contact Us Privacy Policy Mission The mission of New England Forestry Foundation is to conserve New England s working forests through conservation and ecologically sound management of privately owned forestlands in New England throughout the Americas and beyond This mission encompasses Educating landowners foresters forest products industries and the general public about the benefits of forest stewardship and multi generational forestland planning Permanently protecting

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  • The History of the New England Forestry Foundation - New England Forestry Foundation
    of New England s forests Mr Reynolds exchanged letters with federal authorities in Washington the governors of the New England states and others interested in forest conservation in New England to find out what measures were being taken to protect the forests of New England from overcutting Harris Reynolds and his colleagues were convinced that the numerous small private forests of New England needed modern forest management The federal government passed the Cooperative Farm Forestry Acts of 1937 providing a limited number of service foresters within each state however the contribution of government foresters toward the management of privately owned forest land was limited They could offer advice on good forestry practices but they could not offer active continuous and complete forest management Mr Reynolds and his colleagues founded the New England Forestry Foundation in 1944 to address these needs NEFF offered a complete service to forest landowners from a timber cruise survey of the land to the final harvest of the trees The directors hired foresters with both field and people skills The challenge was to reach the large number of individual landowners in New England with the message that applying scientific forestry principles on a woodlot made economic sense The forester hired for the job then had to find a timber buyer who would protect the forest while taking down trees marked for harvest Many forest landowners were disappointed that NEFF could not provide instant wealth from land that had been severely abused and it took some time for timber buyers to get accustomed to the forest management principles NEFF was practicing However gradually NEFF s message gained acceptance By 1946 NEFF was managing 20 properties averaging 150 acres each Milton Attridge the first full time forester for NEFF recalled in 1982 that many lumber companies and mill

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  • The People at New England Forestry Foundation - New England Forestry Foundation
    New York City supporting social justice programs She has also served in various educational and program support capacities with Massachusetts Audubon Society Kasey holds a Bachelor s degree in Environmental Studies and Minor in Politics with a Concentration in Environmental International Perspectives from Ithaca College She also studied Wildlife Conservation Ecology at the School for International Training SIT in Tanzania Lisa Enright Development Associate 978 952 6856 x 102 Lisa joined the NEFF team in 2011 where she manages the donor database processes and acknowledges donations and coordinates mailings Lisa s background includes grassroots fundraising campaign management for environmental groups and a leadership role at a private fundraising consultancy firm serving clients in the environmental political and human services fields She holds a B S in Telecommunications Management from Syracuse University Penny Flynn Development Manager 978 952 6856 x101 Penny has been with NEFF since 1995 and currently is the Development Manager She is involved with all aspects of NEFF s fund raising program which secures the funding necessary to pursue our mission Prior to joining NEFF Penny worked in commercial and residential real estate for more than 10 years Penny holds a Bachelors degree in Marketing Management from Bentley College Maria Garcia Director of Finance Administration 978 952 6856 x103 Maria has been employed by NEFF since 2003 and is presently the Director of Finance Administration Maria is responsible for all accounting operations financial reporting and company wide personnel administration for NEFF Prior to joining NEFF Maria was the Accounting Supervisor for JP Morgan Investor Services in Boston MA Maria has over 25 years of financial and administrative experience Alec Giffen Maine Representative Senior Advisor 207 215 1947 Alec joined NEFF in 2012 In addition to representing NEFF in Maine Alec is leading up the project to document and showcase the potential of New England s working forests one of NEFF s major new initiatives Alec previously served as Director of the Maine Forest Service and has over 40 years of experience in natural resource planning and program administration Alec also served as the Director of the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission and the Natural Resource Planning Division of the Maine State Planning Office In addition he founded Land Water Associates a consulting firm that for 16 years worked successfully with private parties state and federal agencies local governments and conservation interests to resolve disputes over land management and facility licensing Alec is an avid outdoorsman and is a licensed professional forester and a registered Maine guide He has a Master of Science degree from the University of California with emphasis in ecology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Science from the University of Maine Beyond his work for NEFF Alec is deeply involved in efforts to determine how to maximize the benefits that forests and wood products can provide to mitigate climate change Carson Hauck Stewardship Associate 978 952 6856 x 120 Carson joined NEFF in June 2015 as a Forest Stewardship Intern providing assistance in

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  • Partnerships - New England Forestry Foundation
    Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods Mission Our History Staff Partnerships Board of Directors Board of Advisors Volunteers Finances Employment Opportunities Contact Us Privacy Policy Partnerships Professional Memberships Forest Guild Land Trust Alliance Maine Land Trust Network Massachusetts Forest Alliance Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition Pro Silva Society of American Foresters Partnerships 12 Rivers Conservation Collaborative Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust Ashby Land Trust Ausbon Sargent Land Trust Belknap Range Conservation Coalition Downeast Lakes Land Trust Equinox Preservation Trust Essex County Greenbelt Association Freeport Conservation Trust Green Mountain Horse Association Harvard Forest Highstead Foundation Lakes Region Conservation Trust Litchfield Hills Greenprint Collaborative Littleton Conservation Trust Maine Forest Products Council Maine TREE Foundation MassConn Sustainable Forest Partnership Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Massachusetts

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  • Board of Directors of the New England Forestry Foundation - New England Forestry Foundation
    Conservation Options Easement Monitoring Conservation FAQs Forestry Our Process Current Harvests Wharton Plantation harvest Allen Whitney Memorial Forest Harvest Chamberlain Reynolds Memorial Forest Harvest Nadeau Forest harvest Sortwell Memorial Forest harvest Forestry FAQs Education Volunteer Form Our Initiatives Path to Sustainability Heart of New England Conservation Highlights Pingree Forest Partnership Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership Quabbin to Cardigan Partnership Special Programs Explore our Woods Explore our Forests Recreation Guidelines Harvest Walks Safety in our Woods Volunteer Hunting FAQs Hunting on Our Land Support our Work Donate Leave a Legacy Volunteer Events Resources The Place You Call Home Massachusetts Forest Scenarios Study News Room Publications For Landowners General Resources Connecticut landowners Maine landowners Massachusetts landowners New Hampshire landowners Vermont landowners For Foresters For Land Trusts Land Trust Toolkit 1 0 Hawley FAQs Blog Into the Woods The Deep Woods Mission Our History Staff Partnerships Board of Directors Board of Advisors Volunteers Finances Employment Opportunities Contact Us Privacy Policy Board of Directors ACTING PRESIDENT Philip Y DeNormandie TREASURER DIRECTOR EX OFFICIO Robert W Ackerman CLERK DIRECTOR Frederick J Weyerhaeuser EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DIRECTOR EX OFFICIO Robert Perschel ADDITIONAL DIRECTORS Irene Sedgwick Briedis Charles Collins Andrea Colnes Fred Danforth Frederick Rick Findlay Ernest W Foster

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