Comment on Terrestrial Plant Rule before Dec. 20th!

For those of you who attended the Forest Pesticide Training Program in Danville on November 29th this e-mail is a follow up to the presentation that Dawn gave. If you did not attend the training program please check out the following link to learn…

Online Forest Adaptation Planning and Practices Course

The Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and the USDA Northern Forests Climate Hub are offering the popular Forest Adaptation Planning and Practices training(Flyer PDF)  as an online, seven-week course! The winter 2019 course will be held during Jan. 8 – Feb.19, 2019 with…

Save the Date – Winter ISAF Meeting

Please save February 21st and 22nd 2019 for the next meeting of the Indiana Society of American Foresters, which will be held in Spencer at the McCormick’s Creek State Park Inn. The theme of the meeting will be “Timber and Non-Timber Forest Products”. Details…

Forest Pesticide Training Program – Thursday, November 29, 2018

The program will be held in the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds and Conference Complex, 1900 E. Main St., Danville, IN in the South Hall. Click here for Online Registration, Information and Agenda

2019-2020 IFWOA Professional Forester Directory

It is time for the printing of the 2019-2020 Directory of Professional Foresters, due out in February 2019. We believe it can be an important avenue for you to get your name out to Indiana’s woodland owners seeking professional help. If you are not…

2018 Woodland Owner Conference and IFWOA Annual Meeting

November 2-3, 2018 : The annual woodland owner conference at the Abe Martin Lodge in Brown County State Park near Nashville. Friday will include a field tour and Saturday will include an indoor program with breakout sessions and networking. More Information…

Purdue FNR Whitepaper – Addressing Concerns about Management in Indiana

Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources Whitepaper: Addressing Concerns About Management of Indiana’s Forests (FNR Whitepaper 2018-1-15)

Information Regarding Senate Bill 548

The Indiana Forest Alliance has tried for many years to restrict active forest management on state forests. It has come to ISAF’s attention that they are currently petitioning the Indiana legislature to set aside 24% (in specific tracts) of Indiana’s state forests as wilderness-like…

Marketing Forestry with Trees of Indiana Bandanas and other Materials

Marketing forestry is something every ISAF member should embrace. To meet this goal, Indiana SAF has developed several tools. We have a brochure on careers in forestry which are available to members who might be asked to speak to highschool classes or other groups….

Indiana SAF Fellows

Indiana SAF Fellows have a strong commitment through direct SAF volunteer activities as well as through exemplary action, sustained leadership, and advancement of the forestry profession in the application of forestry, education, public policy, research, and/or technology transfer. See previous Indiana SAF Fellows on…