The Society of American Foresters
University of Washington Student Chapter
Last Updated: January 18, 2002
If you would like more information about the UW student chapter of SAF or would like to become involved, please come to our next meeting or contact
Edie Sonne (membership and outreach coordinator) or
John Garth (chair).
Next Meeting: To be announced
All students (grad and undergrad) are invited and first-time visitors are always welcome!
Habitat for Humanity Work Day, December 7, 2001
7, eight CFR students took a break from studying to work with Habitat for
Humanity for a day building one of their four duplexes in New Holly Park
Phase II (south Seattle). The weather was beautiful, and I think we
made a good contribution to the construction of a house for a worthy family.
Click here for more information on the
Seattle Chapter of Habitat for
We discovered that Zac can carry the heaviest load of lumber, Carolina can hammer the bottom row of nails really well, and Patrick is the best "supervisor". We also learned that Edie shouldn't be trusted with a hammer after 3pm...
For more pictures see Habitat for Humanity December Work Day
|from left to right: Jason Englehart, Carolina Manriquez, Patrick Rusher, Zac Bakke, Edie Sonne, Cedar Louis, Chris Harper, and Dean|
December 6, SAF meeting minutes
January 15, SAF meeting minutes
2002 Chapter Officers:
John Garth, Chair
Jason Englehart, Vice-Chair
Monika Nicholson, Secretarty
Zac Bakke, Treasurer
Edie Sonne, Membership and Outreach Coordinator
Stan Humann, Faculty Advisor
Society of American Foresters
Washington State Society of American Foresters
University of Washington
College of Forest Resources
|The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is the national scientific and educational organization representing the forestry profession in the United States. Founded in 1900 by Gifford Pinchot, it is the largest professional society for foresters in the world. The mission of the Society of American Foresters is to advance the science, education, technology, and practice of forestry; to enhance the competency of its members; to establish professional excellence; and, to use the knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic of the profession to ensure the continued health and use of forest ecosystems and the present and future availability of forest resources to benefit society. SAF is a nonprofit organization meeting the requirements of 501 (c) (3). SAF members include natural resource professionals in public and private settings, researchers, CEOs, administrators, educators, and students. (from the national chapter web site)|