Family forest radio & podcast series continues

December 12, 2008 at 8:51 am Leave a comment

The American Forest Foundation and Earth & Sky’s radio and  podcast series on family forest issues continues.  The podcasts are excellent and well worth a download.  This month’s series focuses on carbon credits with Neil Sampson.  Details from the announcement are in to Earth & Sky radio network and website to learn how forest landowners manage their land for us today and the next generation tomorrow.

Starting this week, hear from Neil Sampson, of The Sampson Group, talk about the impact of climate change on forests through the following Earth & Sky radio shows and podcasts:

Climate change speeding flux of forest ecosystems
Carbon offsets could be boon to private forests
Forests are a family value, says expert
Extended Podcast: Neil Sampson on forests and climate change

The American Forests Foundation proudly continues our partnership with Earth & Sky through the production of the “2008 Forests Series” radio shows and podcasts.

You can listen to all of the past “2008 Forest Series” radio shows and podcasts at

The shows will air on over 1,800 radio stations in the U.S. You can find a radio station broadcasting Earth & Sky Radio Shows in your area at You can also listen online at and through iTunes.

Earth & Sky is a successful short format science radio program heard by millions of listeners throughout the U.S. and abroad that highlights the wonders of science and nature through daily radio shows.


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