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Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Inclusion at SAF MeetingsAuthor(s): Susan Stout
Source: The Forestry Source 22(6): 17 & 21.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionForestry and natural resources by their very nature tend to attract individuals who enjoy nature and perhaps choose the profession for the promise of solitude in the woods. This is a challenge for our profession and for SAF, because maintaining a vibrant membership requires us to engage with people. The newest SAF working group, Diversity and Inclusion, has some strategies that will help local and regional chapters, divisions, and state societies include diverse new members.
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CitationSAf Diversity and Inclusion Working Group. 2017. Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Inclusion at SAF Meetings. The Forestry Source 22(6): 17 & 21.
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