There are all sorts of good reasons to preserve forests. Storing carbon may be the most important of all. By Patricia Marshall
Fourteen years after the Recreation Fee Demo program was introduced, there are still plenty of wrinkles to iron out. By Charles Pekow
Carlton McNeill may have built trails illegally in Panthertown Valley, but that hasnt stopped visitors from enjoying them. By Wally Smith
Inner Voice. Road policy needs review. FSEEE welcomes new advocate. Wilderness bills reach congress.
Out There: The Arnold Rim Trail. Volunteers build a trail in the Sierras. By Randy Crutcher
From the Publisher: Wood Won't Save Us. The problem with relying on biomass for fuel extends beyond the forests. By Andy Stahl
Point of View: Why Cap and Trade is a Bad Idea. Why cap-and-trade legislation wont work. By Rep. Peter DeFazio
Pulp: Mineral Wrongs. Stephen J. Pyne reviews The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America by Timothy Egan.
Coming up in the Spring 2010 issue of Forest Magazine:
Cerro Grande Fire: Ten years later
Looting Archeological Treasures