“There has been great creation and innovation brought to bear in the work of PFT.”
—Dan Esty, Yale University, PFT’s Forest Fete 2010 Keynote Speaker
Pacific Forest Trust News
Headlines for May 2011
May 26, 2011
Enhancing and conserving habitat across the Pacific Northwest’s even mix of private and public forestland is essential to the success of the forthcoming Revised Recovery Plan for threatened Northern Spotted Owls, according to recent letters PFT and other conservation groups sent to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service this month. We’ve written to endorse the draft plan's "All Lands" approach to habitat and species recovery, with recommendations for enhanced private landowner incentives and improved state actions to conserve the lands owls and other threatened species need to thrive. Read PFT’s media release, or download comment letters submitted by PFT, and our partners on this issue.