Yale Forest Forum

The Yale Forest Forum (YFF) was established in 1994 by a diverse group of leaders in forestry to focus national attention on forest policy and management in the United States. The group convened the Seventh American Forest Congress to collaboratively develop and articulate a common vision of forest management to diverse stakeholders. 
Cecile Ndjebet speaks about land tenure rights for rural women in Cameroon.

The Yale Forest Forum offers weekly lunch talks during the academic year, providing opportunities to hear from leaders in forest management, conservation, or policy in an informal setting. The YFF speaker series is the longest continuously-running speaker series at F&ES. Speakers come from a wide range of organizations and perspectives, including government, NGOs and businesses, working at scales from local to international.

Each semester, YFF talks are focused around a theme. The fall 2019 semester is Dismantling Marginalization: Experiences and Lessons from Forest Peoples and Forest Professionals

Lunches take place Thursdays at noon, in Marsh Hall, 360 Prospect Street.

Lunch provided.

GISF News

August 30, 2019
The Yale Forest Forum (YFF) offers weekly lunch talks during the academic year, organized around a different theme each semester. During the Fall 2019 semester, the theme is ...
February 12, 2019
The Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative (ELTI) at Yale University in collaboration with the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies is proud to...
February 15, 2018
GISF’s own Dr. Florencia Montagnini recently published a book entitled, Integrating Landscapes: Agroforestry for Biodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty, from...