Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs encourage involvement of undergraduate and graduate students in forestry and natural resources activities. These extracurricular programs promote camaraderie among students and faculty, initiate discussion of resource issues, and provide opportunities to network with natural resource professionals. Undergraduate and graduate students are also asked to participate in departmental faculty meetings and on curriculum committees.

Environment Alliance - provides students with the opportunity to become acquainted and discuss environmental issues, promote projects, and share mutual concerns with students and faculty.

Forestry Club - provides students educational opportunities and a chance to network with forestry professionals. The Forestry Club also promotes fellowship among students and faculty. Visit their web site or facebook page. Activities include:

Recreational Resource Management Club -provides opportunities to socialize with students and faculty and participate in recreational, educational, and community service activities outside the classroom. Visit their facebook page. Activities include:

  • North Country National Scenic Trail Building
  • Field trips and professional meetings

Society of American Foresters Student Chapter - provides opportunities to meet with forestry professionals, discuss current issues, receive employment information and participate in a mentoring program. Activities include:

  • Forestry in the Classroom Project
  • Field trips and professional meetings
  • Habitat for Humanity projects

Xi Sigma Pi - the National Forestry Honor Society, seeks to secure and maintain a high level of scholarship including scholastic achievement, leadership, and community service.