Since its founding in 1900, the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies has been in the forefront of developing a science-based approach to forest management, and in training leaders world-wide.

The Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry, established in 2000, continues this tradition. It’s mission is to integrate, strengthen and direct the School’s forestry research, education and outreach to address the challenges of sustaining forests in the 21st century and a globalized world.


July 8, 2015
  Connecticut is one of the nation’s most densely populated states. So it might be surprising to some that it’s also one of the most densely forested states in the U.S.,...
May 28, 2015
In May, the Sustaining Family Forestry Initiative (SFFI) team traveled to Hawaii to facilitate two Tools For Engaging Landowners Effecitvely (TELE) workshops - a one-day...
May 26, 2015
This morning, WNPR Connecticut reported on a new resource available to landowners looking to conserve their forests, farms, and open spaces. Tony Mecum and Sustaining Family...