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“I am convinced that without the Pacific Forest Trust, we wouldn't be so well positioned to put forests into a climate framework. And that's due to PFT's relentlessness in pursuit of protecting private forestlands.”

—Sally Collins, then Director, USDA Office of Ecosystem Services and Markets

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PFT and 1% For The Planet team up for Yosemite

1% For The Planet is helping PFT connect with environmentally-minded companies to protect some of our most treasured landscapes. Read More

Fall Newsletter Is Now Online

Wild Things: Animals, Working Forests, and a Changing Climate Read More

Oz Farm and Retreat is for Sale

One of the projects we're most proud of, the Oz Family Farm and Retreat, is for sale. Located in Mendocino County, this extraordinary working forest and ranch is conserved under one of PFT's Working Forest Conservation Easements. Read More