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Our Public Lands
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Our Public Lands

Since their formation over a century ago, federal public lands have been the focus of considerable debate and controversy. Recently, contrasting visions for the future of federal public lands has intensified. Learn more about the origins of these controversies with this review of Pinchot Institute Senior Fellow Char Miller's book Public Lands Public Debates: A Century of Controversy.


Policy Summit - Priorities for Our Shared Conservation Agenda
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Policy Summit - Priorities for Our Shared Conservation Agenda

In the days leading up to a new Presidential administration and Congress, the Pinchot Institute convened a group of leaders from state and federal agencies, academia, non-profits, and foundations to discuss potential solutions to some of the most complex conservation challenges facing the western US. The title of this meeting refers to a “shared conservation agenda,” meaning an alignment of actions to improve the condition of forests and waterways.

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Building Resilience in the Upper Delaware River Region
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Building Resilience in the Upper Delaware River Region

The Pinchot Institute and the Common Waters Partnership have created a new climate change adaptation guide for policymakers, landowners, and concerned citizens in the Upper Delaware River Region.

Click here for a summary and to download the brochure.


 
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