U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service accepting whitebark information to be included in Species Status Assessment

The US Fish & Wildlife Service is reviewing the species status of whitebark pine and asking the public to submit any relevant available documentation...

NUTCRACKER NOTES Issue 31 available now

Member Only Access to most recent publication. Go to MEMBERS page HERE. Featured article is about recent advances in Limber Pine research by Anna...

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2017 WPEF Science and Management meeting in Jasper, Alberta                           Review Accommodation Information Here...

Whitebark pine article, & WPEF board secretary Melissa Jenkins, featured in Winter/Spring issue of Your National Forests magazine

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Check out recent student grant research projects…

2016 Past, present, and future climate change and forest dynamics in a high-elevation whitebark pine ecosystem in Wyoming   For a full listing of...

BLM publishes restoration strategy for Whitebark Pine

In August 2016, the Bureau of Land Manangement published a technical paper on the Conservation and Management of Whitebark Pine Ecosystems on BLM Lands in the...

WPEF Recent Accomplishments

What Has the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation Accomplished? The following items highlight the ongoing work of the WPEF, and some of the major projects...

LIVE: Restoring Whitebark Pine – One Project at a Time

A partnership between the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation (WPEF) and US Forest Service Forest Health Protection (FHP) to provide information on completed or on-going...

Climate Change and Whitebark Pine: A compelling reason for restoration

NEW PAPER by Robert Keane, et al:  Climate Change and Whitebark Pine: Compelling reasons for restoration There is confusion in the research and management...

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The Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation is a 501(c)3 science-based non-profit devoted to the preservation of whitebark pine and other western high elevation five-needle white pine ecosystems. We aim to prevent and reverse the decline of these ecosystems through:  Education, Research & Development, and Restoration & Management…..in collaboration with Organizations, Government Institutions, Individual Communities, and YOU!

 

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