Thursday, June 2 – In the Pacific Northwest, a broad forest landscape ranges from wilderness to commercial timberlands. Shifts in how working forests are owned have altered the way they are managed — and the prospects for conservation. Climate change adds further complications. What are the opportunities to ensure working forests stay sustainable?
Davis Wright Tremaine—1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200, Seattle, WA
5:30 PM—Hors d’oeuvres & refreshments served
6:00 PM—Program begins
RSVP is required.
- John Davis, Acquisitions & Dispositions Director, Hancock Timber Resource Group (HTRG).
- Jacqueline Drumheller, Sustainability Manager, Alaska Airlines
- Jerry Franklin, Professor, College of the Environment at University of Washington.
- Charlie Raines, Forest Conservation Director, Forterra.
- Court Stanley, President, Port Blakely Tree Farms, LP.
- Moderated by Lynda Mapes, Environment Reporter, The Seattle Times.
Thank you to our event sponsor, Davis Wright Tremaine.
Seed & Feed is a series of talks by acclaimed thinkers addressing critical issues impacting the sustainability of our region.
Photo by Hannah Letinich