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James Parton
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Re: NTS Partnerships

Post by James Parton » Fri Oct 12, 2012 12:40 am

I would say at least to a small extent the Carl Sandburg Home State Historic Site ( NC ). Will Blozan has done some work with them there and the Park manager there let me measure some trees a couple of years back in restricted areas and assisted me in doing so. She seemed very interested in ENTS work and had heard of our efforts in Congaree and GSMNP.
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Re: NTS Partnerships

Post by dbhguru » Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:45 am


That one counts too. Between the BBS, website, workshops, conferences, and special partnerships with other organizations, we are making a splash. One of the most productive is the partnership with LTI. They've now supported us on major 3 events and there will be more. A partnership of sorts is developing with American Forests. However, these associations need careful nurturing if they are to produce long term benefits. Persistence does pay off.

How is the Druid work going these days? What objectives have you set for yourself?

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