Tree Farms Vs. Crop Farms

Last Fall while attending a protest of the Crush Timber Sale on Washgington State lands I had a conversation with an older man about how tree farming is not good for hydrology and not good for carbon sequestration. He once was a wheat farmer in Eastern Washington and in my opinion knew more about growing… Continue reading Tree Farms Vs. Crop Farms

Crush Rebuttal

(click highlighted areas to view notes) November 29, 2021 Greetings. Thank you for taking the time to reach out to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources regarding the Crush timber sale in Capitol State Forest For the Crush timber sale, our South Puget Sound region staff thoroughly reviewed the sale area and found no… Continue reading Crush Rebuttal

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Certifications & Credentials

As this website grows with the work of RFPF candidates, we will have many discussions about not just the development of curriculum for many different types of students of forest protection, but the process by which we also earn our many certifications that define the profession of forest protection. One certification at the top of… Continue reading Certifications & Credentials

Hello world!

What does a forester do? What is their authority in a global industrial complex of near always accelerating deforestation rates of primary forest? Or rather what is / does a forester do next? What are the next steps that goes beyond this failure of denying a fecundity of biodiversity? The inspiration for this website and… Continue reading Hello world!