Enjoy these new Oral History interviews! This group of 7 Golden and long-term SAF members share memories of careers in agricultural banking, private industry, federal and state agencies, research and forest policy via the DC Beltway.
George Roby – Forest Supervisor, Angeles National Forest, retired
18:30 – Providing ICS advice to the military and the President of the Dominican Republic.
39:36 – A forester assigned to manage coastal oil fields on the Los Padres National Forest in 1969?
Anne Heissenbuttel – Forester & Master Gardner
22:29 – A California transplant became a member of the Virginia Board of Forestry.
57:58 – Perspectives on being one of the first women foresters in the timber industry.
Richard “Dick” Pland – Forester, Fibreboard Corporation, retired
18:38 – Work with the Pickering Lumber Company 1957, an “old line” railroad logging outfit.
41:14 – Fibreboard response to the claims that Ca. Spotted Owl required old growth stands to thrive.
William “Bill” Oliver – Research Silviculturist, PSW Forest & Range Experiment Station, retired
33:10 – Interdisciplinary environmental research “post-USFS New Perspectives.”
57:13 – Limitations of forestry in the SW Pacific Islands were not due to lack of technical knowledge.
Dale Wierman – California Department of Forestry, Retired
51:15 – The Governor’s OPR and natural resource impacts of land development in local government.
1:09:33 – The role of the California Department of Forestry in the Redwood National Park expansion.
Russ Forsberg – American Ag Credit
16:16 – Russ discusses timber loans, appraisal and the relationship to sustained yield.
25:34 – Economics is the thing that ties everything together in natural resources.
John Heissenbuttel – Forester (for Life!)
14:57 – AFPA lead industrial staff for the development of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.
41:16; 48:17; 53:49 – SAF networking, SAF President leadership challenges; SAF and 9/11.
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We are almost at the end… February look for Lund, West, Wells, Tunheim, Zane, Lindstrand, Fitch