Society of American Foresters

Northwest Regions

March/April/May 2010

Issue Highlights

  • Foresters and Wildlife Biologists: Sharing Common Ground
  • The Big Picture: The Role of Forests in Connecting Quality Habitats for Wildlife
  • Manipulating Stand Structure of Douglas-fir Plantations for Wildlife Habitat and Wood Production
  • Integrating Bird Conservation into Commercial Forests: How Much Hardwood is Enough?
  • Forestry in the Pacific Northwest: How Important are Riparian Buffers to Stream-associated Amphibians? (download the literature cited pdf document here)
  • Management Recommendations for Controlling Invasive False-brome
  • Council Holds Teleconference After Storm Cancels Meeting
  • SAF Leaders Meet at Pack Forest
  • It's Not Too Late! Annual Meetings Await
  • Tree Farm Management Plan Workshops Scheduled
  • Information Sought About Variable Retention Harvesting
  • SAF Makes "Global Connection" with Idaho High School Teachers and Students
  • Student SAF Chapter Thrives at Washington State University

March/April/May 2010 (download pdf)