In this Director role, you will make a meaningful contribution addressing global climate change and other key conservation issues by helping create a government policy environment that empowers America’s family forest owners to take voluntary actions in their forests. Family forest landowners and their forests are vital to our nation’s conservation goals. Family forest owners care for the largest portion of America’s forests, but their contributions often go unnoticed, unsupported, and undervalued. Well-managed family forests decrease carbon in the atmosphere, clean our air and water, protect wildlife habitats, mitigate devastating wildfires, provide sustainable wood supplies, and support rural economies.

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