Hot off the Press: SAF 2020 Annual Report
The SAF 2020 Annual Report is ‘hot off the press’ and ready for you to read and share with colleagues. Explore this past year’s national convention, office relocation, publications, Foresters’ Fund grants, online learning opportunities, and more. Meet the Board and staff members while reading through the annual report and enjoying photos from last year. As always, thank you to all of SAF’s volunteers for their hard work!
2021 SAF National Convention
Virtual Conference | November 3–6 | Convention Theme: Forests For All
SAF2021 is Going Virtual!
Attendee registration for the fully virtual Convention will open on July 1, 2021.
The Gregory Award seeks to mark the achievements of Bob and Ann Gregory and further their interest in international relations by bringing outstanding students and early-career professionals from outside the US and Canada to the annual SAF National Convention.
Forestry: Leadership for the True Social Distancing Profession
The Washington State Society of American Foresters (WSSAF) is accepting scholarship applications from students pursuing an education in forestry. The scholarship is available to individuals who will be attending, full time during the 2021–22 school year, a forestry program at one of the following schools:
Show your love of tree farm and forestry year-round by displaying the 2021 Washington Tree Farm Program - Washington State Society of American Foresters calendar. You'll enjoy 12 months of Washington wildlife, tree farmers, and forests.
To assist SAF members or small forestlandowners who are needing assistance as a result of the devestating wildfires this year, the Washington State Society of American has compiled a list of helpful links.
Resources compiled by the Governor's Office
The Northwest Chapters of the Society of American Foresters wants to extend our gratitude to chapter members, the forestry community, and first responders who are responding to the ongoing catastrophic wildfires. You are placing yourself between the fire and our families, our forests, our homes, and our livelihoods. Thank you for enduring long, hot, and unpredictable days. Thank you working in these challenging conditions.