For Native Foresters, Land Management About More than Economics and Timber

Type: 
Literature
Publication: 
Brown, Timothy. “For Native Foresters, Land Management About More than Economics and Timber.” Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 20 May 2016, environment.yale.edu/news/article/for-native-american-foresters-managing-the-land-transcends-economics-and-timber/.
Year Published: 
2016
Organization: 
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Description: 

Tribal foresters manage roughly 18 million acres of U.S. forestland, often in the face of budgetary and staffing shortfalls. Despite these challenges, tribal leaders are working with Yale F&ES and other schools to develop the next generation of Native foresters.

Category: 
tribal, forest management, fire management, cultural resources, Intertribal Timber Council, sovereignty, forestry education