Summer 2016 News

NorCal SAF • SoCal SAF  • Volume 77 • Number 6

Membership Update

National SAF finally did the “big purge” on members with lapsed dues, so NorCal SAF is down to around 500 non-student members.   It’s difficult for me to understand why folks ...
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Forestry Institute for Teachers – Summer of 2016

Once again all three FIT’s went well and each group had a unique blend of teachers from many different backgrounds and parts of California. By the end of the week ...
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High Sierra Chapter Update

Since the last report the High Sierra Chapter members have been busy with meetings, Scholarship fundraiser and field work dealing with the disastrous drought and pine die off from beetles ...
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California Forestry Challenge – Calling All SAF Members

The California Forestry Challenge season is almost here, with events starting in late September and going through the middle of November.  At this time, over 500 students from 66 schools ...
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Centennial Committee Update

It is hard to believe that it was a year ago in August at the summer meeting in Auburn, CA that we decided to organize to celebrate the California SAF ...
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California SAF Centennial Recognition

The California Society of American Foresters was recognized with the Francis H. Raymond on August 24, 2016. The award given by the California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection (BOF) ...
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Reedley College Student Chapter Update

Reedley College has just started the fall semester and the SAF Student Chapter participated in NorCal-SoCal SAF Summer Meeting 2016 in Coarsegold, CA.  James Romero, student chapter vice-chair, Nathan Barnes, ...
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Sacramento-Tahoe Chapter Update

Meetings May 2016:  Sandra Derby presented the status of Project Learning Tree during the monthly meeting in Loomis.  Ms. Derby described how the Project Learning Tree activities encourage students to ...
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Volunteers Wanted for “Forest Conservation Days”

If you’re a person who cares about forests as much as you care about passing on forest lessons to younger generations, and you have free time in late September, the ...
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