Allegheny SAF

Serving Forests and Foresters of PA WV NJ MD DE

The Allegheny SAF has a membership of 1,100 professional foresters in the five states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. 

Since 1900, the Society of American Foresters has provided access to information and networking opportunities to prepare members for the challenges and the changes that face natural resource professionals.

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MOU Between The Allegheny SAF, The National Capital SAF and the SAF District 7 Representative to the National Board of Directors

This MOU was signed on January 2017, between the Allegheny Society of American Foresters (ANSAF) the National Capital Society of American Foresters (NCSAF), and the SAF District 7 Board Representative commit to providing fair and equitable leadership opportunities for the members of each unit, specifically in reference to the District 7 seat on the National Society of American Foresters Board of Directors. Download

Allegheny SAF 75-Year History

To the poor and oppressed who came from Europe the new land of America was blessed with wealth beyond belief: of rich soil, streams teeming with fish and forest with game, timber for their homes and fireplaces, iron for their forges and copper for their utensils. No wonder they risked their lives to journey to this Canaan; here was the Promised Land.

So begins The First Fifty Years by J. Bernard Hogg, as it opens the telling of the Allegheny Society of American Foresters first 75-years. The Allegheny Society of American Foresters: A Seventy-Five Year History 1922-1997, tells of where we have been and perhaps where we are going, at least from a 1997 perspective. Ron Sheay continues the trek with his The Next Twenty Five Years.

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Allegheny Website Revised

The Allegheny Society of American Foresters website has gone through several revisions as we have learned more about the technology behind creating and maintaining an Internet presence. Much of the reason for this third major revision, is that that very technology has grown dramatically and this offers a much greater platform and set of tools to bring information and content to our members and the world.

I hope you, the members of the Allegheny, like to new format. As always, suggestions and constructive criticism is always welcomed.

Jack Perdue

Allegheny SAF Webmaster