Southeastern SAF 2015 Annual Meeting: "Southern Forestry Environmental Issues: Water Quality and Beyond"
Please join us for SESAF's Annual Meeting to be held January 25-27, 2015. The theme of this year's conference is "Southern Forestry Environmental Issues: Water Quality and Beyond." Foresters and landowners are encouraged to attend and hear speakers describe the newest information on developments that federal and state environmental issues are having on southern forestry operations and businesses.
Eight hours of Category 1 CFE credits are possible for SAF Certified Forester and Georgia and Alabama Registered Forester program requirements.
The location will be at the King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort on St. Simons Island, Georgia. A limited number of rooms are available at a special group rate of $105 - $135 per night plus tax.
Call 800.342.0212 by January 7 and identify the group name Society of American Foresters or visit the hotel reservation page and enter the password SESAF15 for special rates.
Registration information and complete information about the meeting is available here (pdf). Pre-registration rates are available until January 7, 2015.
Contact: Sharon Dolliver () at 478.628.1196.
The Alabama Division of the Southeastern Society of American Foresters is dedicated to advancing the science, technology, education, and practice of professional forestry in America, U.S. Territories and Canada, and especially the State of Alabama. The Division also strives to use the knowledge and skills of the profession to benefit society and to provide an opportunity for better liaison between the individual member, the Division representatives, and the parent Society.
The Southeastern Society (SESAF) is one of 33 multi-state/state societies that make up the national body know as the Society of American Foresters. SESAF is composed of professional foresters and forest technicians from the three state region of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.
Since 1900, the Society of American Foresters has been dedicated to improving the health and productivity of America's forests. SAF provides information and networking opportunities to prepare its nearly 18,000 members for the challenges and the changes that face natural resource professionals.
For more information on the Society of American Foresters, please visit the national SAF website.
For contact information of the current officers of the Alabama Division, please visit the Officers page of our website.
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