Across the Landscape

Below are stories have have been (or will be) featured in the Forest Stewards Guild's e-newsletter Across the Landscape.

Re-learning our regions through the lens of racial justice

Written by Corrina Marshall. The Forest Stewards Guild strives to better understand the regions in which we work, ...

Forest-to-Cities Climate Challenge of New England Forestry Foundation

Landscape photo of Downeast Maine—home to the spruce and fir that are the primary Northeastern US tree species ...

Climate Change in Maine’s Forests – A Graduate Project

Written by Alyssa Soucy, Guild student member Climate change impacts both human and ecological systems, making all who ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and the Guild

At the Forest Stewards Guild, our staff is reckoning with our country's violent history and taking a hard ...

New Opportunities, New Connections

Written by Zander Evans and Amanda Mahaffey As many of you have heard, Nick Biemiller has transitioned from the Forest Stewards Guild ...

Helping hemlocks, helping humans

The team that treated the hemlocks at Violet Hill Cemetery, composed of UNC-Asheville students and Hemlock Restoration Initiative ...
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