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North Carolina SAF 2009 Summer Meeting

The New Forestry Networks: How Changing Industrial Forest Landownership is
Creating New Collaborations, Partnerships, and Opportunities

June 11-12th, 2009

Coastline Conference and Events Center, Wilmington, NC

Hosted by the Waccamaw Chapter, North Carolina SAF

See the Meeting Brochure (revised Apr 15th) for agenda, lodging information , and to register by mail or fax or use Online Registration (link disabled)

See below for pictures from the meeting

Abreviated Agenda (see meeting brochure for more details)
June 10th
  4:00 pm APSAF Executive Committee Meeting
  3:00 - 7:00 pm Registration in Hotel Lobby
June 11th - Technical Session
  7:30 am Registration - Convention Center
  9:00 am - 4:00 pm Technical Sessions
  4:00 pm Business Meeting
  6:00 pm Social
June 12th - Field Trip
  8:00 am - 2:00 pm Technical Field Tour

The Thursday and Friday programs qualify for 7.0 Category 1 CFE hours.

The 2009 Summer Meeting of the North Carolina Division of the Society of American Foresters will focus on the challenges and opportunities to industry, government and not profits alike from changes in industrial forest land ownership. The program will address new partnerships in conservation, industrial fiber supply, research, and policy.

The meeting will be held at the Coastline Conference & Events Center in Wilmington, NC. For those who want to stay over or bring spouses a dicsounted room rate has been arranged for at the Best Western Coastline Inn (use group code SAF).

Registration can be paid for by check (mail a copy of the Meeting Brochure to the Waccamaw Chapter) or use the online registration (link disabled). SAF members who register prior to May 15th save $26.

Pictures from the summer meeting:

Stuart Gregg receives his Golden Membership Award

William Hart receiving his Golden Membership Award

Tal Fleming receives his Young Forester Award

Jim Grey receiving his award for Distinguished Service

The Masonboro Sound entertains the members during the evening social

The Division meeting offers plenty of opportunities for working together

Angie Carl with the Nature Conservancy leads a stop during the field tour