Gifford Pinchot Institute For Conservation Pinchot Letter On The Stewardship Ethic

The Gifford Pinchot Institute Tuesday published its latest Pinchot Letter featuring articles on The Stewardship Ethic, including:

-- In this Issue: The Stewardship Ethic by Will Price

-- In the Long Run: Conservation and the Social Compact by Char Miller

-- Introduction - Forest Stewardship and the Land Ethic: A Fresh Look by V. Alaric Sample

-- Tracing the Threads of an Evolving Ethic by Curt Meine

-- Professional Ethics in Forestry - Serving People While Promoting A Land Ethic by Fred Clark

-- Breakfast, Ethics, and Forestry in a Changing Climate by Robert T. Perschel

-- The Business of Sustainability by Gifford Pinchot III

-- Inside the Institute

-- In Memoriam: Jack Ward Thomas

-- Download the full Pinchot Letter

-- Click Here to sign up for your own copy (bottom, right of the page).

The mission of the Pinchot Institute is to strengthen forest conservation thought, policy, and action by developing innovative, practical, and broadly-supported solutions to conservation challenges and opportunities.

The Institute accomplishes this through nonpartisan research, education, and technical assistance on key issues influencing the future of conservation and sustainable natural resource management.

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