Welcome to the Forest Stewards Guild

Foresters for the Birds webinar

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 13:00

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

Foresters for the Birds is an innovative project that works to keep forests as forests and common birds common by helping landowners integrate the practices of timber and songbird habitat management. The forests of the Northeast, where the project was established by our partners, provide summer nesting habitat for the greatest diversity of bird species in the United States. The same forests support working woodlands and a vibrant forest products industry. Learn more about the program and explore possibilities to expand it to more regions, on this webinar.

MPC election and Policy Statement Vote

Forest Stewards Guild professional members in good standing have the opportunity to elect representatives to the Guild's Membership and Policy Council. Professional members have been emailed ballot instructions and you can read about the candidates here.  Members also can vote on the new Policy Statement on Forest Conservation and Connectivity drafted by the Membership and Policy Council.

 

Help us bring a Guild Gathering to a forest near you

2017 Forest Stewards Guild Gatherings are wrapping up. What a successful year! New Hamshire, Vermont, Wisconsin, Oregon, North Carolina, New Mexico, and California forests all hosted gatherings. Watch for more details summarizing these events soon. What's next? 

Putting the Forest First

From Humboldt County, California, to Aroostook County, Maine, we are the stewards for America’s finest forests.

We invite you to join us.

From our beginnings over thirty years ago, the Forest Stewards Guild has recognized that maintaining healthy, productive forests is the best investment we can make in promoting the wellbeing of people and forest communities. Our work includes hands-on forest stewardship, education and training, research, policy advocacy, and promoting professional practice – all based on high ethical standards and our unique mission of “putting the forest first.”