SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FORESTERS
SERVING FORESTS AND FORESTERS OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO
Advancing sustainable management
The mission of the Society of American Foresters is to advance sustainable management of forest resources through science, education, and technology; to enhance the competency of its members; to establish professional excellence; and to use our knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic to ensure the continued health, integrity, and use of forests to benefit society in perpetuity.
We are the organization that represents forestry professionals and provides leadership to ensure that all members of the profession achieve excellence in sustainable forestry and natural resource management.
The Power of Belonging
Core Membership Benefits:
The Southwestern Section
The Southwestern Section of SAF is one of thirty-two State Societies that make up the national organization of the SAF. Our members generally live and work across Arizona and New Mexico .
Forest Science and Technology
The National Forest Science and Technology Board (FS&TB) provides the Society an effective means for the development, dissemination, and use of forest sciences.
Forests provide valuable resources and perform critical ecological functions and are vital to the wellbeing of both society and the biosphere. Our profession fosters stewardship of our forests.
SAFSW is asking members to voluntarily complete this form to facilitate increased communication between our members about individual careers and experiences and foster discussion.
Participate in the SWSAF Biosketch Project!
We are seeking the voluntary participation of our members in this project. For more details, sample forms and a form for you top complete, click here:
The Biosketch Project is designed to:
1. Facilitate increased communication between SWSAF members about our individual careers and experiences and foster discussion of ways we can work together to advance the SAF mission;
2. Provide information needed for SWSAF awards and officer nominations; and
3. Help the SAF National Office prepare accurate information for publication in The Forestry Source, local newspapers and other publications deemed appropriate.
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