Last year we had the pleasure of presenting our approach to forestry at the Yale School of Forestry's annual conference. Just in time for this year's conference, the ELTI (Environmental Leadership and Training Institute), a joint program of the Yale School of Forestry and the Smithsonian Tropical Forest Research Institute (STRI), published the conference proceedings from 2012.
The conference was titled Strategies for Landscape Scale Restoration in the Tropics, and the proceedings document captures approaches from government, conservation organizations, and businesses working to restore forest cover in the tropics.
The panel we participated in, 'Private Sector Engagement in Forest Restoration', explored successful for-profit reforestation models in Central America.
And be sure to check out the other publications on ELTI's website.