ApSAF Banner Image
Banner Images
ApSAF Home
Calendar

    SAF Events

Education
Staying in Touch:
    Newsletter
    Email Lists
Divisions:
    North Carolina
    South Carolina
    Virginia
    Students
SAF Home
    Membership
    SAF Store
Kids & Teachers
Policy
Philanthropy
Forestry Links

Send page updates to:
nc-web@apsaf.org


Page Updated:
January 22, 2014 6:54 AM
About NC ApSAF Leadership Chapters Recognition Search ApSAF

Triangle Chapter

Leadership:

Office Name City
Chair Liz Snyder Raleigh, NC
Secretary Kelley McCarter Knightdale, NC
Treasurer Anne Margaret Braham Raleigh, NC
Immediate Past ChairDavid SchnakeDurham, NC


2013 Yearly Calendar:

January 30 - Feb 1 Rendez-vous at ApSAF Meeting
March 18 Arbor Day Celebration at Raleigh Farmer's Market
April 25 NCSU Student Mentoring Dinner
June 5-6 NC State Summer Meeting
September 12 NCSU Student Meeting
October 10 Duke Forest Cookout and Tour
October 23-26 SAF National Convention, North Charleston, SC
November 7 Forest History Society - Lynn W. Day Lecture
December 5 Holiday Gathering, location TBA

Past Newsletters: (will open in new window)

Chapter Highlights

 

March 19th, 2011 - Triangle Chapter Seedling giveway at North Carolina State Univeristy Arbor Day, State Farmer's Market. News 14 Coverage

 

The Triangle Chapter held it's first meeting of 2011 at Bennett Point Grill on February 28th. The meeting focused on the stewardship forest management plans being proposed by OWASA, the Orange Water and Sewer Authority. Speakers Pat Davis, OWASA and Dave Halley, True North Forestry, gave the attendees an overview of their organization, the property being managed, the management objectives and approaches to achieving their objectives. The management plans seem quite well defined and sustainable, however the recently mobilized local opposition to most forms of management has left OWASA's board stumped. SAF members, especially those in the Piedmont region of the state, are asked to consider how to support the efforts of OWASA to sustainably MANAGE the watershed to ensure water quality, biodiversity, and meet their fiscal responsibilities. For more information, please see the web site at: http://www.owasa.org/whatwedo/ForestManagementPlan.aspx
(L-R) Greg Yavelak, Triangle Chapter Chair with speakers Patrick Davis, Sustainability Manager at the Orange Water & Sewer Authority, and consulting forester David Halley of True North Forest Management Services.

 

April 12th, 2010 - Triangle Chapter/NC State Student Chapter - "Mentors Dinner": The NC State Student Chapter hosted the April meeting of the Triangle Chapter as they did in 2009. The students and professional members shared diner allowing the students to meet, get to know, and ask questions of the professionals about any aspect of their forestry careers. After dinner the newly elected student officers were introduced and student speakers made presentations. We were treated to a slide show of the student field trip associated with the national SAF meeting in Flordia and another slide show of recent Rolleo and Conclave completitions. Additional presentations were made by one student about his international education opportunities and another on student research projects on biomass.
NCSU and Triangle Chapters Meet
More picures at: 2010 NC State Student Chapter/Triangle Chapter - "Mentors Dinner"

 

August 21, 2009 - Triangle Chapter exhibit at Loggin' Demo held at the State Fair grounds in Raleigh, NC. Members took shifts volunteering at the exhibit during the day. Triangle Chapter gave short announcement about SAF, the K.P Funderburke fund, and teamwork with the NC Association of Professional Loggers

    Other Chapter Information:

    Counties in the Chapter: Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Granville, Orange, Person, Wake.