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Pennsylvania Landowner Talks Lasting Forest Stewardship

American Forest Foundation

November 17, 2022

L-R: Ed, Karren, Gerry, and Dean DeSeve. © Jen Torpie

Pennsylvania landowners Ed, Karren, Gerry and Dean DeSeve. Photo by Jen Torpie, courtesy of The Nature Conservancy.

Karren DeSeve, a Pennsylvania landowner enrolled in the American Forest Foundation's Family Forest Carbon Program, recently shared her story with our partners at The Nature Conservancy. She discussed her family’s desire to make a difference for future generations through positive forest stewardship.

FFCP is a wonderful opportunity to set an example for our grandson, to help us focus on how we can best steward this land.

Read this landowner's full story in The Nature Conservancy's Living Carbon series.

Learn more about enrolling in the program by visiting the Family Forest Carbon Program website.

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