Spring 2001 Newsletter
Intermountain Society of American Foresters
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From the Chair
Doug Page
Honoring Our Own
Mark Brunson
Intermountain SAF Votes to Consolidate Chapters
Doug Page
USU Student Chapter Update
Justin DeRose
Utah Unites
Rob Mrowka
Upper Snake River/Southwest Idaho Chapter
Walt Rogers
Idaho Forestry Field Day at the Capital Legislative Luncheon
Bob Maynard
Insects and Disease in the Intermountain Region
Steve Munson
Treasurer's Report
John Roberts
SAF Considers Revision of Forest Cover Types of the United States and Canada
SAF Working Group Newsletter
SAF Co-sponsors Lynx Workshop with USFS and The Wildlife Society
John Shaw, Dave Betz
Ending the Cold War
Mark Brunson
  Monastery Named Idaho Tree Farm of the Year (copywrited material, permission was only granted for reprint in the paper copy newsletter)
Associated Press
Partnership is Working to Help Communities Meet Their Community Forestry Needs
Brook Lee
USFS Policy on Membership and Participation in Professional Organizations
House Society Delegates
Rod Brevig
Report from Council
Bob Sturtevant
Senator Hatch's Staffer Speaks to Wasatch Front Chapter
Frank Roth
Senator Larry Craig Speaks to Capital City SAF
US Senate Subcommittee on Public Lands
2001 Inland Empire and Montana SAF Leadership Conference
Chuck Slaughter
New Forest Service Planning Regulations
Jim Long
Utah 2001 Legislative Session
Reese Pope
2001 Meeting Schedule
Frank Roth