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Developed for Tina Hall, Ph.D., Director of Conservation of The Nature Conservancy’s Upper Peninsula Conservation Center, Michigan Chapter April 2004 Introduction This study serves as a preliminary work toward gaining an understanding of working forest conservation easements (WFCEs) through a critical examination of two aspects of WFCEs that likely influence the effectiveness of this conservation tool: trends in easement language (from the years 1985 to 2003) and current monitoring methods. These two aspects are addressed in an easement comparison study and a monitoring survey study. The easement ...
Do something for our planet, print this page only if needed. Even a small action can make an enormous difference when millions of people do it! Forests offer much more than Sunday walks, clean air and water, wild birds and mushrooms. In addition to being home to numerous species, forests are vital to the overall health of our environment. The European Environment Agency's (EEA) new short assessment provides an overview of their state and their main threats. Fifth in the series of ' 10 messages for 2010' , the EEA's assessment on forest ecosystems finds that while their ... Read More
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