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Ensuring Sustainable Forestry through Working Forest Conservation Easements in the Northeast

While conservation easements were initially used to address the most commonly perceived threat – land development – there is now a rising interest in creating easements to promote a range of ecological, recreational, and economic values. This report is about working forest conservation easements (WFCEs) in the Northeast and how they can be designed to ensure sustainable forestry and safeguard important public values.

News notes are courtesy of Southern Forests Network News Notes





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