Newsletter Stories


Monday, 01 July 2002
Conference on Forest Owner Coops and Associations

The U.S. Forest Service, State Foresters in MA, ME, WI, and VT, National Wildlife Federation, New England Forestry Foundation, Cooperative Development Services, Community Forestry Resource Center, Cooperative Development Foundation, CooperationWorks, and the Cooperative Development Institute are hosting a conference in Massachusetts, November 1 & 2, to educate landowners and resource management professionals on how they can organize forestry co-ops to sustainable manage their forests. read more …


Monday, 01 July 2002
FSC-U.S. Executive Committee Profile

Ever wonder who’s behind major policy decisions at FSC-U.S.? In upcoming newsletters FSC-U.S. will introduce the members of our unique board of directors. read more …


Monday, 01 July 2002
Pinchot Institute Completes Comparison Report

The Pinchot Institute for Conservation has released the results of its in-field comparison of the Forest Stewardship Council and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative on actual certification assessments of several areas of public land totaling 700,000 acres. read more …


Friday, 21 June 2002
FSC Board Elections Build On Strong Network

The 2002 board elections have resulted in the economic chamber gaining the expertise of Mark Comolli, President of Vermont-based ForestWorld. read more …


Saturday, 15 June 2002
Hank Cauley Resigns as FSC Executive Director

FSC-U.S. executive director Hank Cauley announced in early June that he will resign at the end of July to pursue opportunities in the private sector through his company, Innovative Environ-mental Technologies, Inc. A search for a new director will start immediately. Ned Daly, the board chair, will serve as interim executive director during this transition period. read more …


Saturday, 15 June 2002
What Does Beer Have To Do With Sustainable Forestry?

Single-use wood pallets have always been considered an environmental nuisance, but the Summit Brewing Company of St. Paul, Minnesota has taken a major step toward making pallets more palatable. read more …