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.
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.
As a leading member of the International Consortium of Environmental History, the Forest History Society helps to foster international communication among environmental history organizations.
Together the American Society of Environmental History and the Forest History Society produce the journal Environmental History, published quarterly by Oxford University Press.