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“A Story of Unintended Consequences”

For Immediate Release, Sacramento, CA. April 18, 2023 Foresters Cite Extreme Wildfire Impacts to Sequoia Groves, Federal Public Lands Unveil New Policy Statements at State Forestry Board, Call for Science-Based Reforms We’ve been loving our forests to death. We can do better. ...
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Foresters to Debut Sweeping New Policy Statements Before State Board

Speakers will call for paradigm shift to “starve” megafires, save Giant Sequoia For Immediate Release                                                                                        Sacramento, CA April 3, 2023 Members of the California Society of American Foresters (Cal-SAF) are coming to Sacramento on Wednesday, April 5th, to meet with the ...
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Foresters Approve Sweeping Policy Reset, Promote Effort to Starve Megafires, Restore Ecosystem Balance

PRESS AVAILABILITY Sacramento, January 21, 2023 The California Society of American Foresters (Cal SAF) announces the release of a major new position statement, Forestry Solutions to California’s Wildfire Crisis, posted online at Drawing upon the latest science, the document explains why ...
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California SAF 2023 Winter Meeting – Registration is Now Open!

2023 Forestry in the Redwoods: Growth, Reforestation & Resilience California SAF, in partnership with Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods, is hosting the 2023 Winter SAF Meeting in the majestic redwoods of Northern California. The three-day event will highlight local ...
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Cal SAF 4th Quarter 2022 Newsletter

Check out the latest news from California SAF, including messages from the Chair, vice-chair, and past-chair and the results of the 2023 officers' election. If you have something for the next newsletter in March 2023, articles are due to by February ...
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Foresters Promote Active, Adaptive Management to Save Threatened Giant Sequoia Trees, Protect Groves

Sacramento, October 4, 2022 The California Society of American Foresters (Cal SAF) has released a Position Statement addressing ongoing threats to the state’s iconic Big Trees. Scientists estimate that up to 20% of the largest giant sequoias have been killed by ...
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