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Our student organizations are professionally driven. Many are affiliated with professional societies you can be part of your entire career. Gain leadership skills, network with mentors and peers in your field, and provide invaluable service to your community.
The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is the national scientific and educational organization representing the forestry profession in the United States. Founded in 1900 by Gifford Pinchot (among others), it is the largest professional society for foresters in the world.
The Student Chapter of the Rangeland Ecology Club is a recognized chapter of the Colorado Section of the Society for Range Management. It is a student organization composed of individuals with a common interest in the study, management, and rational use of rangelands and related ecosystems.
The CSU Society for Ecological Restoration Student Association is an official student chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration International (SER). The CSU student guild works to support SER’s mission and students receive membership privileges within SER.
The CSU chapter is a member of the National Student Association for Fire Ecology organization. The Student Association for Fire Ecology (SAFE) provides students from diverse backgrounds an open forum on fire ecology through which research can be shared, networks formed, and funding and information resources can be accessed.
The Society for Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) is a chapter of a national non-profit professional association of women involved or interested in environmental law, science, business, and policy.
Xi Sigma Pi is an international honors society for students in forestry and natural resources fields. Members must first be nominated on merit and complete an initiation process in order to be considered full members of the society.
Logging sports incorporates traditional logging activities and techniques in a competitive manner. The team competes in events including pole climbing, crosscut sawing, axe throwing, chainsaw events, chopping and water sports such as log rolling.
The Warner College of Natural Resources has many other student organizations that can expand your network and skills in other natural resource disciplines and groups.