Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

Seeks the preservation of ecological values and biological diversity in our National Forests through education and advocating for reforms of the Forest Service's management practices.

FSEEE is made up of thousands of concerned citizens, present, former, and retired Forest Service employees, other government resource managers, and activists working to change the Forest Service's basic land management philosophy. FSEEE is a unique concept—a national organization of government employees holding the Forest Service accountable for responsible land stewardship. FSEEE believes that the land is a public trust, to be passed with reverence from generation to generation. The Forest Service and other public agencies must follow the footsteps of Aldo Leopold, a pioneer of conservation, and become leaders in the quest for a new resource ethic. Together we must work toward an ecologically and economically sustainable future.

Seeks the preservation of ecological values and biological diversity in our National Forests through education and advocating for reforms of the Forest Service's management practices.

Mission
Our mission is to protect national forests and to reform the U.S. Forest Service by advocating environmental ethics, educating citizens, and defending whistleblowers.
Workplace campaigns
EIN: 
93-1162218
CFD Code: 
314971
CFC Code: 
12066
King county code: 
2529
Snohomish County/Pud charity code: 
3050
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Our work
Primary issue: 
Forests, Parks and Land Conservation
Service location: 
National-International

Contact

 
EarthShare Washington | 1402 3rd Ave, Suite 525 | Seattle, WA 98101 | 1.206-622-9840