Intermountain SAF News Items


Regional and National Issues and Events

National news may be found by visiting SAF's National home page at:  www.eforester.org.

thE-forester:  The National Office mails an email newsletter, thE-forester, to subscribing SAF members.

The Forestry Source, published 12 times per year , offers the latest information on national forestry trends, the latest developments in forestry policy at the federal, state, and local levels, the newest advances in forestry-related research and technology, and up-to-date information about SAF programs and activities.

The Journal of Forestry is the most widely circulated scholarly forestry journal in the world.

SAF also publishes Forest Science and maintains a Publications Archive.

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IMSAF Members In The News: 

2016-08-31, Forest Health Crisis at Bogus Basin, funded in part by the Snake River Chapter, SAF and featuring Chapter member Scott Wagner.


INTERMOUNTAIN SAF NEWSLETTERS (click on the issue to open)

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MEETING ARTICLES AND PHOTOS


View MEETING SCHEDULES AND AGENDAS - Prior Years


UTAH FOREST NEWS, An index of the periodic newsletter designed for professional and non-professionals alike.  Published by the Forestry Extension Service of Utah State University.


IMSAF POSITION STATEMENTS

CURRENT

MANAGEMENT OF 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.  Preparation Team.

Restoring and Maintaining Resilient Landscapes via Active Vegetation Management

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)

POSITION STATEMENT OF THE IDAHO CHAPTERS OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FORESTERS:  IDAHO ROADLESS RULE, April 2008
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

Expired December 23, 2007. 
 


 

NATIONAL POSITION STATEMENTS

 


IMSAF SAYS GOODBYE TO LONG TIME MEMBER JACK LAVIN


 

EXCERPTS FROM THE DIARY OF THEODORE W. "DOC" DANIEL, Emeritus Professor of Forestry, Utah State University

These excerpts provide a historical perspective of the Intermountain Society from 1944 to 2000.

Theodore W. Daniel, 96, died on Friday, July 30, 2004, in Logan, Utah.

Utah Forest News