The following article was excerpted, with permission, from The Western Front, the newsletter of the Western Integrated Pest Management Center located in Davis, CA and was written by Steve Elliott, Communications Coordinator. The website for the Center is http://westernipm.org/. To subscribe to the Center’s newsletter and to view past issues, visit http://westernipm.org/index.cfm/about-the-center/publications/newsletters/.
There is a new District 3 (California and Hawaii) representative on the SAF Student Executive Committee. A hearty welcome from California SAF! My name is Emily Thyroff, I am a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, I currently live and work in South Kona on Hawaiʻi Island on the slopes of Maunaloa.… Read More New District 3 Rep on the SAF Student Executive Committee – Emily Thyroff
[Note from your webmaster – If you have never volunteered at the Forestry Center at the state fair, it makes for a great day. I have done it quite a few times over many years and always come away with good feelings after dealing with the public who walk through the site (and because of… Read More Volunteer at the California State Fair!
Today in conjunction with Earth Day, the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) released two documents: The final Natural and Working Lands Climate Smart Strategy to advance California’s commitment to building an equitable, resilient, and carbon-neutral future through climate-focused land management; and the final Pathways to 30×30: Accelerating Conservation of California’s Nature strategy to support the… Read More California Releases Final Pathways to 30×30: Accelerating Conservation of California’s Nature and Final Natural and Working Lands Climate Smart Strategy
This opinion piece was published March 1 in the San Jose Mercury News and East Bay Times. The author is Bill Keye, the current Cal SAF Communications Committee Chair and a past chair of NorCal SAF.
The 2022 Forestry Institute for Teachers sessions and dates have been announced. K-12 educators are invited to join forestry professionals at Tuolumne, Shasta or Humboldt Counties for a week-long workshop about forest ecology and forest resource management practices. Work with Project Learning Tree and Project WET experts to plan and implement forest health and wildfire… Read More Forestry Institute for Teachers – 2022 Sessions Announced