Greetings and Happy Holidays from all of us at Evergreen!
Jim, Julia, Manny the Malamute, and Huck wish you all the best in 2018. Along with Jim and Julia, there are a variety of individuals who assist us in making sure you have the most up-to-date information on the state of our national forests, collaborative efforts, and governmental forest policy.
It has been a productive year! Here at Evergreen we are working with a diverse group of stakeholders:
The University of Idaho and other educational institutions, The U.S. Forest Services’ – Forest Inventory and Analysis Program as well as professional organizations, advocates. collaboratives, tribes, and stakeholders across the West. Our collective commitment is to develop politically viable solutions for wildfire mitigation, and a holistic model for forest-to-community resilience. A recent grant award from Northwest Farm Credit Services has helped us begin development as we seek additional funding. It is imperative that we broaden our narrative to educate and engage the next generation of stewards.
The smoke is not clearing. Our wildfire problem is escalating at an alarming rate. We need pace and scale forest treatments that are effective. The science is clear: we are running out of time to change course.
Your contribution ensures we can continue our 30+ year commitment – providing current, science-based information and materials at little to no cost to our members, educators, students, decision makers, and readers. We want you to always have access to the best information about your forests.
If you prefer, you can mail us your contribution at 34 Paul Bunyan Lane, Libby, Montana, 59923
Or contact us directly at – 7666 N 15th Street, Dalton Gardens, ID 83815, 406.871.1600, email@example.com
As always, we are grateful for your support and your voice in this growing – and much needed – conversation.
With warm regards,
Jim, Julia, and the Evergreen crew