Pacific Forest Trust

For 25 years, Pacific Forest Trust has epitomized innovation, daring, and a savvy understanding of market forces to create new economic incentives that reward private forest owners for conserving their lands and practicing sustainable forestry.

We’re a visionary think-and-do-tank of scientists, conservationists, policy wonks, entrepreneurs, and outdoor enthusiasts that have helped shape forest conservation and climate policy. Working closely with other forest stakeholders, from landowners to agencies to environmental nonprofit partners, we create and advance high-leverage, catalytic strategies that engage the commitment, imagination, and resources of many individuals, businesses, and organizations to make it easier and more rewarding to do good things for the forests—and forest landowners—on which we all depend.

The only conservation organization focused on private forests in California, Oregon, and Washington, we’ve conserved 250,000 acres of vital forestland regionally. Our work has been recognized for its excellence by government agencies, philanthropies, and non-profit organizations.


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1001-A O'Reilly Avenue
The Presidio
San Francisco, California  94129
Phone: (415) 561-0700
Fax: (415) 561-9559


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California
  • Oregon
  • Washington

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Developing Consensus on Conservation Easements on Managed Forestlands

Over the past few years, there have been panel discussions at the National Land Trust Rally putting forward ideas on guiding principles for conservation easements on working forestlands. While consensus is not yet complete, in the coming year LTA hopes to broaden this discussion to include representatives of other land trusts and conservation entities, landowners, timber company representatives and other stakeholders.