The following article was written by Grace Dean and published on-line at https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=57861 on September 13th, 2023 in the UCANR Forest Research and Outreach Newsletter. Click on the link to… Read More A mini-camp with major impact: California community college students are introduced to UC Berkeley’s Forestry Mini-Camp
The Forestry and Natural Resources Career Mentorship Program is seeking qualified forestry professionals to serve as mentors for the ’23-’24 academic year. This program pairs college students in 8 forestry… Read More Call for mentors! Forestry Mentorship Program
Hello Friends of the Forestry Challenge, It’s that time of year again! Everything is on track in our 20th anniversary year’s fall event season, including some long-term stability in the… Read More Volunteers Needed for 2023 Fall Forestry Challenge
If interested, download the attached Volunteer Registration 2023 Form, complete it, save it, then email it to Kent Kinney at email@example.com.
HOST UPCOMING NATIONAL CONVENTION IN SACRAMENTO For Immediate Release Sacramento, CA August 10, 2023 Scientists and natural resource professionals are pushing back against the myth that doing nothing is the best way… Read More California Foresters Promote Active Management to Curb Megafires, Safeguard Giant Sequoia
Home Stretch for Volunteers at the 2023 SAF National Convention The 2023 Society of American Foresters National Convention is only a month and a half away. We have 76 of… Read More Volunteers Still Needed for the Convention!
Hello, hello! My name is Louis Cimmino – I’m an undergraduate forestry student at UC Berkeley, and I’m so thrilled to be serving District 3 this year as its SAF… Read More New District 3 Rep on the SAF Student Executive Committee – Louis Cimmino
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… Read More “A Story of Unintended Consequences”