Collaborations

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Protecting History

It takes a whole community to preserve, provide, and promote forest and conservation history. The Forest History Society works with a number of organizations to share the history of man and forests for all. This includes the Forest History Society's affiliation with Duke University since 1984, as well as a partnership with the American Society for Environmental History since 1996.

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Duke University

The Forest History Society and Duke University share a cooperative agreement for the purpose of developing and maintaining mutually supportive programs in the areas of forest, conservation, and environmental history.

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ICEHO

As a leading member of the International Consortium of Environmental History, the Forest History Society helps to foster international communication among environmental history organizations.

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ASEH

Together the American Society of Environmental History and the Forest History Society produce the journal Environmental History, published quarterly by Oxford University Press.

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