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Tuesday, March 1, 2005

New Harvard Forest Publication: Cooperation of Private Forest Owners

A relatively small number of non-industrial private forest (NIPF) owners in the United States has recently expressed interest in Forest Policy and Economics Covercooperating with one another at scales broader than their individual properties. There are many good reasons to do so, which would enhance their individual ownership benefits, as well as the suite of greater public benefits that accrue from a privately owned forest landscape.

Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Land Protection Grant Recommended for Funding

Hemlocks

Our efforts to protect the boundary of Harvard Forest lands include a $3.7 million proposal in collaboration with the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust to the USFS Forest Legacy Program, seeking funds to put conservation restrictions on 2100 acres of private land outside the Forest. That proposal has just been ranked 3rd of the 48 proposals nationally that have been recommended for funding.

Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Summer Research Program for Undergraduates Funding Extended

The REU Site Grant that Aaron Ellison and Kathleen Donahue submitted to support our Summer Research Program for Undergraduates2005 REU Interns B&W has been recommended for funding for 5 years. According to the program officer at NSF this will be the single largest REU award in biology in the history of the program.