How we have fared through the pandemic.

Forests Forever's office is in Berkeley, in Alameda County, which was in the vanguard of U.S. counties that locked down on Mar. 16, adopting a very stringent approach to coronavirus prevention and control. For this we have been thankful, recognizing it as a serious science-based stance by our public officials, though it has posed challenges to our operation.

Like many organizations, we expected a one-month lockdown. Instead our staff and volunteers by necessity have been working from home for nine months now and counting, except for undertaking some limited travel.

As a result our activity has proceeded at a nearly normal level in 2020 to date. Also happily, our donors have sustained us steadily thus far with a much smaller reduction in giving than we had anticipated. For the help you may have provided in this regard, thank you!

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Forests Forever:
Their Ecology, Restoration, and Protection
John J. Berger

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