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The Forest History Society is an Americanmarker non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of forest and conservation history. The society was established in 1946 and incorporated in 1955.

The Alvin J. Huss Archives and the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Library combine to provide a comprehensive compilation of materials related to forest history. The archives house large collections from several national organizations such as the Society of American Foresters, the American Forest and Paper Association, and the American Forestry Association, as well as many other smaller collections of national and international significance. Additionally, the Forest History Society maintains a publication program, publishing the Environmental History journal, Forest History Today magazine, an Issues Series, and environmental and conservation-focused monographs; an education program, to build understanding and appreciation of human interaction with the natural world; and a liaison function between scholars, policymakers, and landowners.

References

  1. "Forest History Society." Echo Project. Center for History and New Media, George Mason University. http://echo.gmu.edu/node/144
  2. "Changing Roles of the Forest History Society: New Approaches to Environmental History in North America." Methods and Approaches in Forest History. Agnoletti, Mauro, et al., eds. Wallingford, England: CABI Publishing, 2000, p. 22.


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