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Thriving forests. Essential resources. Strong communities.
We challenge land-owners, decision-makers and society at large to make choices about our forests based on professional knowledge, leading-edge thinking and a century of practical experience.
We seek viable pathways forward, balancing diverse demands on our natural resources.
We set the standard in forest management, bringing science, best practice and the best people together to actively shape the future of the profession.
‘For the greatest good. For the greatest number. For the long run.’
Society of American Foresters
Evolving Forest Management since 1900
Building Capacity to Manage Forests in a Climate of Change
Montana State SAF Annual Meeting - April 11, 2014
Please submit poster abstracts by March 7th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Awards for best poster in the following categories: Undergraduate student, graduate student, open.
Conference Sub-Themes: Applied Ecological Management, Developing Professionals, Innovative Management, New Markets and New Faces
“Building Capacity to Manage Forests in a Climate of Change”, Montana State SAF Meeting, April 10 – 12, 2014, Ruby’s Reserve Street Inn, Missoula, MT.
Registration Deadline: March 31, 2014
Tony Liane received the Forester of the Year award. Liane is retiring from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation after 15 years.
Triple W Equipment received the Citizen of the Year award for its support of the forest product industry.
Frank Maus received the Field Forester of the Year award for his work as the manager of Lubrecht Experimental Forest, Montana Natural Resource Youth Camp, educational Field trips and more.
Bev Yelczyn was honored as an SAF Fellow. This national award is the highest award given to a SAF member by their peers.