Presentations covered: CAL FIRE’s Forest Management Task Force, the California Board of Forestry’s Vegetation Management Program, Wildland Urban Interface policy/fire-resistant community planning, fire safe building design, and a case study of the Woolsey Fire. Please feel free to download slides from the presentations:
Originally adopted on December 8, 2008, revised and renewed on December 7, 2014, and againMay 2, 2020. This position statement will expire in 2025, unless, after subsequent review, it isfurther extended by the SAF Board of Directors.
The 2021 Winter Meeting of the California Society of American Foresters will be held virtually on Thursday February 4th and Friday, February 5th. Please find the winter meeting flyer and registration info at the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-virtual-winter-meeting-cas-forest-fire-crisis-working-the-problem-tickets-136621216737 or as a pdf for download:
A Position of the California Society of American Foresters originally adopted on May 17, 2019. This position will expire in 2024 unless, after subsequent review, it is further extended by the CA SAF board of directors.
Attention RPFs and LTOs: Do you have any pending fuels reduction or reforestation projects on private lands? If yes, please read through this update about two time sensitive My Sierra Woods financial assistance opportunities. By: Chantz Joyce, CA Conservation Manager, American Forest Foundation Through local partnership, My Sierra Woods seeks to reduce the likelihood of… Read More FINAL SEASON: Financial Assistance + Seedlings for California Private Landowners
The 2020 fall meeting replaces our usual field-based summer meeting. We will innovate too, by holding a virtual meeting where we will visit three locations across California with time for question and answer sessions. We will also have time for chats with the whole group or in rooms thatwill host informal breakout groups. Catch up… Read More California SAF Fall Meeting