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Earlier this year two million acres of public land were added to this country’s wilderness system – the biggest addition in 15 years. An update on the health of U.S forests, trends in forest management and current efforts to boost protections.
- David Foster Director, Harvard Forest, Harvard University
- Doug Scott Policy director, Campaign for America's Wilderness
- Robert Nelson Professor of environmental policy, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland
- Michael Dombeck UW system fellow and professor of global conservation, College of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin former head of the U.S. Forest Service under President Clinton
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