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Welcome to the web site for Retirees of the U.S. Forest Service, dedicated to the promotion of the ideals and principles of natural resource conservation upon which the U.S. Forest Service was founded, and to provide a world-wide forum to encourage continuous progress in their refinement and application.

 

Cruise this web site to view News about natural resource management, and contacts in Region and Area Retiree Organizations. You can read about The National Association of Forest Service Retirees and sign up for membership.

Website updates - March 31, 2014


News from WO

FS News

Current Fire activity - -

Daily Situation Report, National Interagency Coordination Center - link to NICC's current report.

 

For more up-to-date website for wildfire info check out www.inciweb.org . This report is based on ICS-209s.

 

Good Link to independent source of Forest Service news

 

  Call for Newsletter articles from John Maker

 

2015 Forest Service Reunion Information - Posted 02/18/2014

 

Info - New Book & Firefighter Safety Forum - - Posted 02/18/2014

 

NAFSR FIRE POLICY/RECOMMENDATIONS TO CHIEF

Letter to Chief, dated 11/25/2013 - - Posted 12/12/2013

NAFSR Policy Document approved by BOD 10/2013 - - Posted 12/12/2013

 

Chronology of Events, History -  by Gerald Williams, Ph.D,

 

Update info on annual meeting, see you there ! - - Posted 07/18/2013


NAFSR annual meeting in Salt Lake City - October 8th.

Tuesday, October 8th at 1:30 pm till 5:30 pm. Then a full day October 9th from 8:00 am till 5:00 pm. Then a 1/2 day field trip on
October 10th, so folks can fly home late on October 10th. We'll be meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
- - Posted 06/18/2013

Proposal to Transfer, Santa Fe National Forest, "Valles Caldera Trust" lands from National Forest Management to National Park Management  - - Posted 06/19/2013

 

MDC is hosting a lecture series on June 27th..  speaker will be Cynthia “Mil” Duncan, PhD. Ms. Duncan is a national expert on rural poverty and community development and the author of Worlds Apart: Why Poverty Persists in Rural America  - - Posted 06/18/2013

 

The Center of the American West is offering a large lecture class this spring called The American West - - Posted 01/17/2013

 

 

You now can become a member of NAFSR via a simple click of the mouse. The first year is free, annual dues after that is $25.  

Membership

 

Check the Where Are They Now area, where you can search for old friends and colleagues or submit information about yourself.

   

There are some interesting stories provided on the History page .

 

You are welcome to email comments about our website - email to kwhite301@comcast.net

 

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