The American Forest Foundation will hold a policy briefing on Landowner Tools for Climate Action on April 9th from noon to 1 pm ET
The briefing will discuss the important role of family forest owners in climate policy and how we can best equip landowners to make their voices heard in the 117th Congress.
The briefing will also provide updates on the Rural Forests Markets Act, our state policy initiatives, and our 2021 Virtual Capitol Hill Fly-In.
1:00-1:05 – Introduction
1:05-1:15 –Biden’s policy priorities and important players in the administration/key congressional committees
1:15-1:30 – How landowners can take climate action on the policy level in the 117th Congress
1:30-1:40 – Update on the Rural Forests Markets Act
1:40-1:45 – AFF’s state policy initiatives
1:45-1:50 – 2021 Virtual Capitol Hill Fly-In (you’re invited!)
1:50-2:00 – Q&A
To take part in this briefing, register at https://forestfoundation-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEldeGqqzwiG93ETa85DviKR-7IJllGCF1D