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Annual Symposium

  • Society of American Foresters & Intertribal Timber Council Conference
    Partnership Opportunities with Indian Forestry: A Tribal Perspective
    October 5-7, 2016, Northern Quest Hotel, Airway Heights, WA

    The Society of American Foresters (SAF) and the Intertribal Timber Council (ITC) invite you to attend our first conference to learn about tribal forestry visions and practices, and explore ways in which you and your organization can create, maintain, and improve partnerships. Together, these two organizations are committed to preserving and sustaining our working forestlands. Forested lands are essential in providing a level of economy, clean water, wildlife and fisheries, recreation, cultural, aesthetic, and so many other values we all cherish. Today more than ever, forest land managers recognize the vital role partnerships play in maintaining our working forest lands.

    Agenda: See top link.


  • The Intertribal Timber Council (ITC) and the Society of American Foresters will host an Undergraduate and Graduate Natural Resource Scientific Research Poster Session at the October 5‐7, 2016, conference in Spokane, Wash.

    The Poster Session has been designed to showcase a wide range of projects and programs in this region addressing current research and field trials, practical applications and innovations, education and outreach, and new ideas. We especially encourage posters that address the meeting’s theme of Partnership Opportunities with Indian Forestry: A Tribal Perspective.

    We invite Undergraduate and Graduate students from Northern California, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Alaska to submit their original research for presentation to our audience of more than 100 seasoned professionals and leaders from around the country.

    Deadline: September 23, 2016

  • Annual Symposium

    Visit us at the 41st Annual National Indian Timber Symposium, May 15-18, 2017,
    hosted by the Yakama Nation at the Legends Casino in Toppenish, WA.

    Click here for more information.