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Tribal Forestry Student Summit: Investing in the Future of Tribal Forest Resources Management and Wildland Fire

October 12–14, 2022

Mark your calendars for this hybrid event, featuring in-person and virtual participation options, to address tribal workforce development. This summit is designed for students in forestry or related resource management programs across the country.

Submit your application to attend by September 9, 2022.  Applications submitted by then will be eligible for travel funds to cover transportation and lodging.  All meals will be provided.

Please contact Jon Martin at for further information.

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