We Hope You Will Join us in the Golden State!
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) has partnered with NASF to bring together the nation’s forestry and wildfire leaders at the beautiful Resort at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley, California.
With over 33 million acres of forestland, eight state forests, 1.5 million acres covered by forest stewardship plans, an average of 7,400 annual wildfires, and where adaptation to drought, forest pest and disease infestation, and year round fire seasons is all occurring, California is a perfect place for a forestry gathering.
We look forward to hosting you for an exceptional week of business, learning, and networking from September 14-17, 2015.
This year’s theme is Adapting to Change.
State Foresters, working for the public and with partners, manage and protect the nation’s forest resource so it works for all Americans. The effects of pests and disease, wildfire, drought, and other weather extremes make our work very challenging. This meeting will be an invaluable opportunity to exchange experiences, learn, and listen to fresh perspectives of the fire and resource management issues we are all facing.