Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics


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Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (FSEEE)

Address:PO Box 11615
Eugene, OR 97440

Phone:541-484-2692
Fax:541-484-3004
Web: www.fseee.org
Established: 1989. Description:Present, former, and retired Forest Service employees working with concerned citizens to forge a socially and environmentally responsible land management philosophy within the U.S. Forest Service. Encourages an institututional value system based on ecologically and economically sustainable land ethic. Members: 10,400. Dues: $35/year.
Publications: Forest Magazine (quarterly); free to members, $35 annual subscription for nonmembers.

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She is also a member of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics. In Ketelle's mind, the conflict was the result of changing times.
She's a fire mascot who understands forest ecology." CONTACT: Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, (541)484-2692, www.fseee.org.
Andy Stahl of the Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (AFSEEE) says he's a "Forest Service patriot.
"We won't have those things for long if recreation isn't managed in a sustainable way." CONTACT: American Lands, (202)547-9400, www.americanlands.org; American Recreation Coalition, (202)682-9530, www.funoutdoors.com; Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, (541)484-2692, www.afseee.org; Wild Wilderness, (541)385-5261, www.wildwilderness.org.
Meanwhile, pressure from within the agency mounts: Jeff Debonis and his Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics builds a new kind of internal heat for curtailing old-growth logging while there's still some left on our national forests (see "Old-growth Movers & Shakers" on page 61).
You've just written an appeal for the environmentalists.' It was easier to blow the whistle than to continue to lie." In 1989, he founded AFSEEE (Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics) which has grown to 11,000 members.
"Several years ago," says the founder of the American Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (AFSEEE), "workers like me felt that if they spoke out they'd get fired, and this is still true in some places." Jeff Debonis himself was a Forest Service employee for 12 ears until he resigned in February, 1990.
Derived from a proposal made five years ago by Andy Stahl, executive director of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, DeFazio's plan would divide in half the 2.2 million acres of Oregon forests administered by the federal Bureau of Land Management.
And thus was born the so-called Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (AFSEEE), which calls for "management policies which reflect true stewardship and an ecologically sustainable economic base ..
It's an idea first floated in 2006 by Andy Stahl, executive director of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics and a longtime environmental activist.
Andy Stahl, a forester, is executive director of Eugene-based Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics.
Johnston is finishing up a master's degree in forestry at Oregon State University and works part-time for the nonprofit group Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics. Garvin married Cindy Noblitt and the two do restoration and reforestation contract work.

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