Heartwood

Founding Year: 1991

Staff: 17

Budget:

Andy Mahler (Founder)

The “regional network protects forests and supports community activism in the eastern United States through education, advocacy, and citizen empowerment.” It was founded when “concerned citizens from several midwestern states each defending their national forest from logging, mining, roads and ruin, met and began to work together to protect the heartland hardwood forest.”

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