* 1. What aspect of forestry or forested communities are you most passionate about?

* 2. What do you see as the greatest opportunities for the Endowment to help bring about systemic, transformative, and sustainable change in forestry and forested communities in the next five years?

* 3. What is the most effective way for the Endowment to seek your input and keep you updated?

* 4. If the Endowment could support only one of its current initiatives, what should it be and why?

* 5. If the Endowment could add work in only one new area, what should it be and why?

* 6. What is the single most important thing the Endowment can do to advance retention and restoration of healthy working forests?

* 7. What is the single most important thing the Endowment can do to advance value streams (economic opportunities from forests)?

* 8. What is the single most important thing the Endowment can do to advance community capacity, collaboration and leadership?

* 9. Is there anything else you’d like to ensure that the Endowment’s Board takes into consideration as it plans future program direction and programmatic investments?

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