Montana Society of American Foresters
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Greetings from the Gary Ellingson, 2022 MT State Chair
Dear MT SAF Members,
I’d like you to all know that planning for our 2022 state meeting is nearing completion. The Eastern MT SAF Chapter, chaired by Dale Kerkvliet, is working together the Montana Forest Stewardship Foundation (MFSF), (chaired by MT SAF member Ed Levert) to plan a joint conference. This will be the 3rd time our two organizations have worked together.
On this webpage you will find a link to the Full Schedule of Activities. Click this link for more information on all events and to complete your registration.
The Full Schedule of Activities page includes a Register On-line Button The Managing for Wildlife Habitat Workshop has its own registration form. The 2022 MT State Registration Form will allow you to indicate which other state meeting events you plan to attend.
The Forest Insect and Disease Workshop is sponsored by the MT Forest Stewardship Foundation. You can register for that workshop by clicking the workshop link on the Full Schedule of Activities. This will take you to the Foundation’s website for more information.
The Annual SAF Business and General Membership Meeting will be held Thursday afternoon April 21.
The Joint Conference Main Session will be held Friday, April 22. This event will be live streamed for those who register but cannot attend in person.
There will be a SAF banquet for SAF members on Friday evening, April 22 and Chirs Maisch, SAF Board President will be our featured banquet speaker.
Additionally, there is a Forest Insect and Disease workshop, sponsored by MFSF that will be offered on Saturday morning, April 23. This workshop is open to landowners as well as SAF members.
University of Montana alumni are also invited to an Alumni and Friends Breakfast on Saturday morning.
All meetings will be held in Helena, MT at the Delta Hotels Helena Colonial.
*The Wildlife Management Technical Workshop originally scheduled for Thursday, April 21 is now cancelled.
Full Schedule of Activities
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