Emerald Edge

In the Emerald Edge, the world’s largest intact temperate rainforest, unfurls along the coasts of Washington, British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. It is a leading source of wild salmon, an enormous carbon capturer and home to deeply rooted, diverse people. The Emerald Edge is a landscape of spectacular resources, but it has also seen decades of unsustainable fishing and timber harvesting practices. Mills closed, jobs were lost: people here are seeking new paths forward that will keep them in the place they love.

This is an ideal proving ground for a new approach to conservation.

In the Emerald Edge, we are helping people while protecting nature—through practices that address this landscape as a social, economic and environmental whole.

Download the Emerald Edge brochure to learn more about this exciting project.

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