Intermountain SAF News Items
Regional and National Issues and Events
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INTERMOUNTAIN SAF NEWSLETTERS (click on the issue
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MEETING ARTICLES AND PHOTOS
UTAH FOREST NEWS,
An index of the periodic newsletter designed for professional and
non-professionals alike. Published by the Forestry Extension Service of
IMSAF POSITION STATEMENTS
PINYON-JUNIPER “WOODLAND” ECOSYSTEMS
A Position of the Intermountain Society of American Foresters. Adopted on February 15, 2013. This position statement will remain in effect for 10 years, unless after substantial review, the Intermountain SAF Executive Committee decides otherwise.
A joint position statement of the Inland Empire and Intermountain Societies, Society of American Foresters, August 2011 as input to the National Cohesive Fire Management Planning Strategy. This position will expire August 2, 2016 unless renewed by the joint Executive Committees. Link to the Cohesive Fire Management Planning report: http://www.forestsandrangelands.gov/strategy/index.shtml
PAST (note that past Positions, if drafted today, might be
different given changing issues and newer science)
(note that past Positions, if drafted today, might be different given changing issues and newer science)
POSITION STATEMENT OF THE
IDAHO CHAPTERS OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FORESTERS: IDAHO ROADLESS RULE,
Expired April 4, 2009.
PILOT PROJECTS CAN TEST ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES FOR MANAGING FEDERAL LANDS
A joint position statement of the Inland Empire and Intermountain Societies, Society of American Foresters, December 2002
December 23, 2007.
Long-term Vegetation Change in Utah’s Henry Mountains: A STUDY IN REPEAT PHOTOGRAPHY. Charles M. Kay, 2014. (14 mb file size)
SAF TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS
These excerpts provide a historical perspective of the Intermountain Society from 1944 to 2000.
W. Daniel, 96, died on Friday, July 30, 2004, in
Forests of Discord
SAF has recently published a new booklet concerning controversies surrounding the management of public lands entitled Forests of Discord. ". . . the language that governs the public lands is sometimes contradictory, and clear direction about priorities is lacking. . . . Multiple use has become an engine of conflict that pits one interest group against another and denies land managers a clear mandate." Click here to view the Executive Summary (pdf format, order form attached).
MacCleery Paper on Ecological Sustainability and Consumption
Friends of IMSAF
Intermountain SAF has established "IMSAF Friends" for non-members who wish to be involved in meetings and functions. Friends receive meeting announcements and are welcome to participate in Chapter functions. Friends do not receive SAF national publications, nor do they have voting or office-holding privileges, and there are no educational or professional requirements for SAF Friends (these items are associated with membership). Friends may learn of meeting schedules at no cost via the Intermountain SAF Web page or via email. To receive postal notification, Friends pay a nominal fee of $5/year, which is used to cover announcement and newsletter publication and postage. You may inquire with any of the SAF Officers if interested in becoming a SAF Friend.