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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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Summer 2023

In this issue, we discuss American Forest Foundation’s Family Forest Carbon Program expansion into the Midwest, share an update from policy team, discuss the foundation of carbon offsetting: additionality, highlight a corporate partner – The Pokémon Company and why they have chosen to partner with AFF, share stories about family forest landowners, and finally highlight members of the staff at the American Forest Foundation.

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