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By Tom Davidson

Kathy Abusow is the President and CEO of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI®), a non-profit organization dedicated to responsible forestry. SFI’s success is founded on their conservation research, community partnerships and third party certification to the SFI Standard on approximately 200 million acres of forest land across North America.  Under Kathy’s leadership, SFI Inc. […]

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By Tom Davidson

Fran Cafferata Coe is a Certified Wildlife Biologist, and she owns her own wildlife consulting business where she has over 15 years’ experience in environmental consulting. Not only does she help landowners by bringing forestry and wildlife solutions together, but she is well known for helping wildlife and forestry professionals communicate and discuss common goals. In this […]

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By Tom Davidson

Nadine Block is the COO and SVP of Public Affairs at the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc., a Washington, DC-based non-profit dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management and responsible sourcing of forest products. On this week’s episode, Nadine talks about how she got involved in forest policy, the three pillars of sustainability, and the future of […]

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By Tom Davidson

Callie Bertsch is Forest Habitat Coordinator for the American Bird Conservancy where she supports the Wisconsin Young Forest Initiative. Callie earned her Master of Forestry by researching the uses of non-timber forest products among three different people groups living in Southwest Bulgaria. A graduate of Michigan Technological University’s Masters International Program, Callie served as a […]

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By Tom Davidson

You don’t become a leader overnight, and this is exactly why Denise Coleman is the perfect guest for today’s show. Denise is State Conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Pennsylvania. Denise says there is never a dull day in natural resources and encourages women to join the profession. Denise has been involved in […]

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