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Woodland Magazine is the quarterly publication of the American Forest Foundation that features compelling photography and stories about important work happening on the ground—which is made possible through your support.

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Spring 2023

In this issue, we discuss the American Forest Foundation’s new strategic direction and its alignment with the Family Forest Carbon Program, share an update from the American Forest Foundation's policy team, discuss the definition of high-integrity carbon credits as well as other carbon terms to know, and share stories from the National and Regional Tree Farmers of the Year.

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April 18, 2023

Defining High Integrity

“What is a high-quality carbon credit? What makes a carbon credit ‘real’ as opposed to ‘hot air?’” And, perhaps most importantly, “Why does this issue of high-quality matter to me?” So let’s dive into this topic and try to clarify what quality is and why it’s important.

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Julie and Peter Parker at their property in Vermont with AFF staff in June 2019.

November 28, 2022

Peter and Julie Parker: Good Stewardship Today Helps Secure Our Collective Future

Peter and Julie Parker, Vermont landowners enrolled in the American Forest Foundation's Family Forest Carbon Program, recently shared their story with Woodland Magazine.

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April 25, 2022

Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Dianne Komminsk’s donation to the Seedling Society will help protect and preserve the natural environment she loved.

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