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Michael is President of Forest Trends. From 1989-1999, he was the Associate Director for the Global Security and Sustainability Program of the MacArthur Foundation. Michael's responsibilities with the Program included all grant-making in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as overarching program management. In 1998, Michael was in a joint appointment as a Senior Forestry Advisor to the World Bank. Before entering the MacArthur Foundation, he worked for three years as an agroforester in Haiti with the USAID Agroforestry Outreach Program. Previous to that, he worked with a Washington-based development organization, ...
Coconino National Forest is 1.856 million acres (7,511 sq KMA) United States National Forest located in northern Arizona near Flagstaff. Initially created in 1898 as the Book of San Francisco Mountain National Forest, the area has been named U.S. National Forest in 1908, when San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve National merged with other land surrounding reserves forest to create the Coconino National Forest. Today, the Coconino National Forest contains a variety of landscapes, including deserts, of ponderosa pine forests, plains, plateaus, alpine tundra and ancient volcanoes. The ... Read More
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