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September 28, 2022

NASF recognizes excellence in state and private forestry with current and lifetime awards

The National Association of State Foresters is pleased to announce the 2022 NASF current and lifetime achievement award honorees. They are: Laura Buntrock and Olivia Witthun of Wisconsin, Puni Jackson of Hawai'i, and Mark Bays of Oklahoma. WASHINGTON—The National Association of State Foresters honored several individuals at its 2022 annual meeting for their extraordinary contributions [read more]

September 21, 2022

State foresters elect new leadership, make history

State foresters elect their fiscal year 2023 leadership during NASF's 102nd annual conference in Stevenson, Washington. STEVENSON, Wash.—At this year's annual meeting, the nation’s state foresters elected a new slate of officers to serve on the National Association of State Foresters’ governing executive committee. In doing so, the association made history: two of the four [read more]

Front cover of 2022 annual report

September 20, 2022

Annual Report, 2022

The 2021-2022 NASF Annual Report highlights the association’s many efforts to advance the policy and communications priorities of its membership. In the last 12 months, NASF has had a number of notable successes: Boosted the relevance of NASF’s policy positions in Washington, D.C., and the reputation of state foresters nationwide with strategic communications. NASF advanced the [read more]

August 30, 2022

NASF submits comments on defining old-growth and mature forests

Today, the National Association of State Foresters (NASF) submitted comments on the joint USDA Forest Service-DOI Bureau of Land Management request for information on federal old-growth and mature forests. The management of federal forest lands greatly influences the resilience and health of all America’s forests and the full range of social, economic, and environmental benefits [read more]

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