The 6 stocks that make up the so-called "Pinchot Retirement Plan", (according to an Internet site I found), are shown below:
---Plum Creek Lumber, PCL
---Potlatch Holdings, PCH
---Longview Fibre, LFB
---Pope Resources, POPEZ
They are described as 5 REITs, and a Master Limited Partnership (Pope Resources.) I believe the term "Pinchot Retirement Plan" is an unofficial name used in one or more stock market newsletters, as a marketing gimmick.
Personally, I know little about these (above 6) companies or about the "Pinchot Retirement Plan", but some of them seem to be "okay" investments, with fairly good dividends, 5-year, annualized, total returns in the 15-20 % range and capable management. One thing to consider is that they all may not be allowed in a traditional IRA. I suggest you do your "due diligence", and research these investments as if they are just 6 more "stocks" that you might want in your retirement, or other, portfolio. In other words, ignore the "Pinchot Retirement Plan" name, I don't think it really means anything.