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					                                   SAF Accreditation of Educational Programs
                                                       in
                                        Forestry and Forest Technology


What is Accreditation?
In the United States, accreditation is a non-governmental, peer-review process that assures the
quality of the postsecondary education students receive. Educational institutions or programs
volunteer to undergo this review periodically to determine if certain criteria are being met. It is
important to understand that accreditation is not a ranking system. It is simply assurance that a
program or institution meets established quality standards.
        Accreditation provides colleges and universities with a structured mechanism to assess,
        evaluate, and improve the quality of their forestry program.
        Accreditation helps students and their parents choose quality college programs.
        Accreditation enables employers to recruit graduates they know are well-prepared.
        Accreditation is used by registration, licensure, and certification boards to screen
        applicants.

There are two organizations responsible for the supervision of accreditation in the United States
depending on the classification of the accrediting body: the U.S. Department of Education and
the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. The SAF accreditation process is recognized by
the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (www.chea.org).

The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is responsible for the accreditation of postsecondary
degree-granting programs in forestry/urban forestry and forest technology. SAF accredits
specific programs, not degrees, departments, colleges, or institutions. The forestry/urban
forestry and forest technology accreditation processes are separate and distinct but
complementary. At SAF, forestry/urban forestry and forest technology programs are evaluated
and accredited by two separate accreditation committees using two separate sets of
accreditation criteria. SAF began accrediting 4-year and 5-year educational programs that lead
to a first professional degree in forestry at the bachelor's or master's level in 1935. A specialized
accreditation for educational programs that lead to a first professional degree in urban forestry
was added in 2005. In 1971, SAF established guidelines for recognizing 2-year educational
programs in forest technology that lead to associate of applied science degree in forest
technology or the equivalent and initiated a program of accreditation on January 1, 2009. The
forest technology program is currently in a state of transition from recognition to accreditation.

The Society of American Foresters has filed a letter of intent with the Council for Higher
Education Accreditation (CHEA) to seek a change of recognized scope of accreditation to include
associate degree programs in forest technology. Until final action by the CHEA Board of
Directors, the Society of American Foresters is recognized only for its current scope of
accreditation approved May 2001. The current CHEA recognized scope of accreditation for SAF is
as follows: Programs, first professional degree in forestry at the bachelor's or master's level.
There is a difference between forestry and forest technology programs.
SAF-accredited forestry undergraduate and graduate programs tend to have a greater focus on
the assumptions and philosophy of forest management. Forestry undergraduate programs
provide a broader liberal arts education and usually involve more and a higher level of
mathematics. In the workforce, forestry graduates typically spend their time in forest resource
planning and development, management and supervision, and policy and program
administration. They often work as part of an interdisciplinary team with other professionals
such as wildlife biologists, planners, or recreation specialist. Some U.S. state boards of forestry
licensure and the Certified Forester® program will allow only graduates of forestry programs-not
forest technology programs-to become credentialed. (Visit www.certifiedforester.org for
information regarding certification requirements.)

Forest technology programs usually focus on application. In the workforce, forest technology
graduates spend their time making plans work: laying out timber sales, supervising planting and
thinning crews and conducting prescribed burns. When implementing management plans, forest
technicians may work closely with technicians who specialize in other disciplines such as wildlife
management.

Distance education programs
SAF's accreditation criteria require that accredited programs include laboratory experiences.
These are difficult to achieve via remote learning environments. However, some SAF-accredited
programs do offer portions of their programs remotely (i.e., online). Please contact programs
individually for information about what delivery options each has to offer.

When you choose an accredited program, you are choosing wisely
Be proud to choose an SAF-accredited program. To employers, graduate schools, and licensure,
certification, and registration boards, graduation from an accredited program signifies adequate
preparation for entry into the profession. These groups often require graduation from an
accredited program as a minimum qualification. Many state boards of professional licensure in
forestry require that applicants have graduated from an SAF-accredited program. Other states
and the Certified Forester® program require an additional evaluation for educational standards
for applicants who have graduated from non-SAF-accredited programs. No matter which
forestry option you study — forest management, forest biology, urban forestry, watershed
management or another option, SAF-accreditation is an important indicator of the program's
commitment to quality and may be a key to your professional future.

For further information, visit the SAF website http://www.safnet.org or contact the Society of
American Foresters, 5400 Grosvenor Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814-2198; (866) 897-8720,
ScienceEd@safnet.org.
                                       SAF Accredited Educational Programs in Forestry

The institutions named below have requested SAF accreditation and offer programs that have been found to meet minimum
standards for objectives, program, faculty, students, administration, parent-institution support, and physical resources and facilities.
Not all forestry programs at these institutions are accredited or recognized by SAF. Only those programs listed below are approved
by SAF.
The first year shown in each entry indicates the year the program was first accredited or became a candidate for accreditation; the
second year indicates the year the last onsite review was completed; and the third year indicates the year current accreditation or
candidacy expires, unless otherwise noted.

Alabama
Alabama A&M University, Center for Forestry and Ecology, Normal 35762. http://saes.aamu.edu/forestry/, Contact: Ken Ward, Director. 2002.
  2008. 2018. Forest Management and Forest Science options, BSF.

Auburn University, School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, Auburn 36849-5418, http://www.forestry.auburn.edu/, Contact: Richard W. Brinker,
 Dean. 1950. 2005. 2015. BS in Forestry degree, BSEN degree in the Forest Engineering option (Forest Resources Minor) of Biosystems
 Engineering, and the Master of Forestry (non-thesis option).

Alaska
University of Alaska, Department of Forest Sciences, Fairbanks 99775, http://www.uaf.edu/snras/forest_sciences/, Contact: David Veazey,
 Director of Enrollment Management. 1996. 2006. 2016. Natural Resources Management Forestry Option, BS in Forestry.

Arizona
Northern Arizona University, School of Forestry, Flagstaff 86011, http://www.for.nau.edu, Contact: Jennifer Tsonis, Student Services Coordinator.
 1968. 2003. 2013. Forestry program, BS.

Arkansas
University of Arkansas, School of Forest Resources, Monticello 71655, http://www.afrc.uamont.edu, Contact: Philip Tappe, Interim Dean. 1984.
 2000. 2011. Forestry program, BS.

California
California Polytechnic State University, Natural Resources Management Department, San Luis Obispo 93407, http://www.nrm.calpoly.edu,
  Contact: Douglas Piirto, Head. 1994. 2004. 2014. Forestry & Natural Resources program with concentrations in Environmental Management,
  Forest Resources Management, Natural Resources Recreation, Urban Forestry, Watershed Management and Hydrology, Wildland and Fuels
  Management, and Individualized Course of Study, BS in Forestry and Natural Resources.

Humboldt State University, Department of Forestry and Watershed Management, Arcata 95521, http://www.humboldt.edu/~for, Contact: Ken
 Fulgham, Chair. 1979. 2003. 2013. Program with options in Forest Resources Management, Forest Resources Conservation, Forest Production
 Management, and Forest Hydrology, BS in Forestry.

University of California-Berkeley, College of Natural Resources, Berkeley 94720, http://espm.berkeley.edu/ugmajors/, Contact: Gregory S. Biging,
 Professor and Associate Dean for Forestry. 1935. 2005. 2015. Undergraduate forestry concentration, BS in Forestry and Natural Resources.

Colorado
Colorado State University, Department of Forest Sciences, Fort Collins 80525-1470. http://welcome.warnercnr.colostate.edu, Contact: Cara
  DiEnno, Program Coordinator. 1939. 2000. 2012. Forestry program with concentrations in Forest Biology, Forest Fire Science, and Forest
  Management, BS.

Connecticut
Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven 06511, http://www.yale.edu/forestry/, Contact: Emily McDiarmid,
  Admissions Director. 1935. 2004. 2014. Forestry program (two-year option), MF.

Florida
University of Florida, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, Gainesville 32611-0410, http://www.sfrc.ufl.edu, Contact: Timothy L. White,
 Director and Professor. 1942. 2004. 2014. Forest Resources Management and Urban Forestry programs, BS in Forest Resources and
 Conservation.




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                                        SAF Accredited Educational Programs in Forestry

Georgia
 University of Georgia, Warnell School of Forest Resources, Athens 30602-2152, http://www.warnell.uga.edu/. Contact: Sarah Covert, Associate
  Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor. 1938. 2005. 2015. Forestry, Wildlife, and Forest Environmental Resources programs, BS in Forest
  Resources.

Idaho
 University of Idaho, Department of Forest Resources, Moscow 83844-1133, http://www.cnr.uidaho.edu/forres/, Contact: Jo Ellen Force,
  Department Head. 1935. 2006. 2016. BS in Forest Resources

Illinois
 Southern Illinois University, Department of Forestry, Carbondale 62901-4411, http://www.siu.edu/~forestry. Contact: Jim Zaczek, Interim Chair,
   Department of Forestry. 1975. 2010. 2020. Forest Resources Management, Forest Recreation and Park Management, Urban Forest
   Management, and Forest Hydrology programs, BS.

 University of Illinois, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Urbana 61801, http://www.aces.uiuc.edu/~nres/, Contact:
  Jeffrey D. Brawn, Department Head. 1963. 2005. 2015. Forest Science program, BS in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences.

Indiana
 Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, W. Lafayette 47907-1159, http://www.fnr.purdue.edu, Contact: Walter L.
  Mills, Jr., Director, Office of Student Services. 1942. 2003. 2013. Forestry program, BSF.

Iowa
 Iowa State University, Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Ames 50011, http://www.nrem.iastate.edu/, Contact: Steven
   E. Jungst, Interim Dept. Chair. 1935. 2001. 2012. Forest Ecosystem Management, Forest Products, Urban and Community Forestry, and Natural
   Resource Conservation all programs, BS with a major in Forestry.

Kentucky
 University of Kentucky, Department of Forestry, Lexington 40546-0073, http://www.uky.edu/Agriculture/Forestry/ forestry.html, Contact: Cheryl
  Estes, Administrative Support Associate I. 1974. 2010. 2020. Forestry program, BSF.

Louisiana
 Louisiana State University, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Baton Rouge 70803-6200, http://www.rnr.lsu.edu, Contact: Charles L. Shilling,
   Coordinator of Undergrad. Ed. & Student Services. 1937. 2005. 2015. Forest Resource Management and Ecological Restoration concentrations
   within the Forestry major, BSF.

 Louisiana Tech University, School of Forestry, Ruston 71272, http://www.latech.edu/ans/forestry/. Contact: Mark Gibson, Director. 1984. 2010.
   2020. Forestry program, BSF.

Maine
 University of Maine, College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture, Orono 04469, http://www.nsfa.umaine.edu or
  http://www.forest.umaine.edu/, Contact: Alan Kezis, Associate Dean. 1937. 2003. 2013. Programs, BS in Forestry, BS in Forest Operations
  Science, and MF.

Massachusetts
 University of Massachusetts, Department of Natural Resources Conservation, Amherst 01003-4210, http://nrc.umass.edu/. Contact: David B.
  Kittredge, Jr. Program Director. 1950. 2009. 2019. Forestry program, BSF.

Michigan
 Michigan State University, Department of Forestry, East Lansing 48824-1222, http://www.for.msu.edu, Contact: Daniel E. Keathley, Chairperson.
  1935. 2007. 2017. Forest Resource Management program, BS in Forestry.

 Michigan Technological University, School of Forest Resources & Environmental Science, Houghton 49931, http://forestry.mtu.edu/, Contact:
  Margaret R. Gale, Dean. 1968. 2005. 2015. BS in Forestry and Master of Forestry.

Minnesota
 University of Minnesota, College of Natural Resources, St. Paul 55108-1030, http://www.forestry.umn.edu/, Contact: Alan Ek, Head, Department
  of Forest Resources 1935. 2007. 2017. Forest Resources and Urban Forestry programs, BS.



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                                       SAF Accredited Educational Programs in Forestry

Mississippi
Mississippi State University, College of Forest Resources, Mississippi State 39762-9680, http://www.cfr.msstate.edu, Contact: Andrew W. Ezell,
 Interim Head. 1966. 2007. 2017. Environmental Conservation, Forest Management, Wildlife Management, Urban Forestry, and Forest Products
 options of the Forestry program, BS.

Missouri
University of Missouri, The School of Natural Resources, Columbia 65211, http://www.snr.missouri.edu/, Contact: David Larsen, Chair. 1950.
 2006. 2016. Forest Resource Management program, BSF.

Montana
University of Montana, College of Forestry and Conservation, Missoula 59812, http://www.forestry.umt.edu, Contact: Perry Brown, Dean. 1935.
 2009. 2019. Forest Resource Management and Forest Operations and Applied Restoration programs, BSF.

New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire, Department of Natural Resources, Durham 03824-3589, http://www.nre.unh.edu/, Contact: Ted Howard,
 Coordinator, Forestry Program. 1959. 1999. 2019. Forestry program with options in Forest Management and Forest Science, BSF.

New York
Paul Smith’s College of Arts and Sciences, Division of Forestry, Natural Resources and Recreation, Paul Smiths, 12970-0265,
  http://www.paulsmiths.edu/, Contact: Jeffrey T. Walton, Interim Dean. 2005. 2010. 2020. Ecological Forest Management, Industrial Forest
  Operations, and Forest Biology concentrations, BS in Forestry; Recreation Resource Management concentration, BS in Forestry (through 2011).

State University of New York-College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Faculty of Forest and Natural Resources Management, Syracuse
  13210-2788, http://www.esf.edu/for/, Contact: David Newman, Chair. 1935. 2003. 2013. Forest Resources Management, BS and Forest
  Management and Operations Master of Forestry program.

New Mexico
New Mexico Highlands University, Department of Natural Resources, Las Vegas,
 87701.http://www.nmhu.edu/academics/undergraduate/siencemath/naturalresources/index.aspx, Contact: David Hacker, Professor. 2008.
 2013. Candidate status granted for the Forestry Program, Forest Management and Wildland Fire Management concentrations, BS

North Carolina
Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment, Durham 27708-0329, http://www.env.duke.edu, Contact: William L. Chameides, Dean.
 1939. 1998. 2012. Forest Resource Management program, MF. (Program currently on probation through December 31, 2012.)

North Carolina State University, College of Natural Resources, Raleigh 27695-8008, http://natural-resources.ncsu.edu/for/, Contact: Barry
 Goldfarb, Head. 1937. 2005. 2015. Forest Management program, BSF.

Ohio
The Ohio State University, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Columbus 43210-1085, http://senr.osu.edu, Contact: Ronald L.
  Hendrick, Director. 1993. 2004. 2014. Forest Ecosystem Science and Management, and the Forestry and Wildlife Management programs,
  Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources.

Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University, Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Stillwater 74078,
 http://www.okstate.edu/ag/asnr/fore/index.html, Contact: Keith Owens, Head. 1971. 2008. 2018. Forestry program, BS degree in Agricultural
 Sciences and Natural Resources.

Oregon
Oregon State University, College of Forestry, Corvallis 97331-5704, http://web.cof.orst.edu, Contact: Clay Torset, Head Adviser. 1935. 2001. 2011.
 Forest Engineering, Forest Engineering-Civil Engineering (dual-degree), Forest Operations Management, Forest Management, and Recreation
 Resources Management programs, BS; General and Silviculture programs, MF.

Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania State University, School of Forest Resources, University Park 16802-4300, http://www.sfr.cas.psu.edu/, Contact: Paul R.
  Blankenhorn, Associate Director for Academic Programs. 1935. 2003. 2013. Forest Management, Forest Biology, and Urban Forestry options of
  the Forest Science program, BS in Forest Science.



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South Carolina
 Clemson University, Department of Forest Resources, Clemson 29634-0306, http://www.clemson.edu/forestres/. Contact: Patricia A. Layton,
   Chair. 1962. 2002. 2012. Forest Resource Management program, BS.

Tennessee
 University of Tennessee, Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries, Knoxville 37901-1071, http://fwf.ag.utk.edu/, Contact: Keith Belli, Head.
  1969. 2006. 2016. Forest Resources Management and Wildland Recreation programs, BSF.

Texas
 Stephen F. Austin State University, Arthur Temple College of Forestry, Nacogdoches 75962-6109, http://www.sfasu.edu/forestry/, Contact: Frank
   B. Shockley, Professional and Student Services Coordinator/Instructor. 1965. 2000. 2011. Forestry, Forest Management, Forest Wildlife
   Management, and Forest Recreation Management majors in the Forestry program, BSF.

 Texas A & M University, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, College Station 77843-2135, http://essm.tamu.edu/, Contact:
   Heather Haliburton, Senior Academic Advisor I. 1975. 2003. 2013. Forest Resource Management option of the Forestry program, BS.

Utah
 Utah State University, Department of Wildland Resources, Logan 84322-5215, http://www.cnr.usu.edu/wild. Contact: Johan du Toit, Professor
  and Department Head. 1937. 2010. 2020. Forestry program, BSF.

Virginia
 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Forestry, College of Forestry & Wildlife Res., Blacksburg 24061,
   http://www.cnr.vt.edu/forestry/, Contact: Janaki R. R. Alavalapati, Department Head. 1965. 2005. 2015. BS in Natural Resources, Major in
   Forestry. BS in Natural Resources, Major in Forestry; Urban Forestry Option.

Washington
 University of Washington, College of Forest Resources, Seattle 98195, http://www.cfr.washington.edu, Contact: Michelle Trudeau, Student
  Services Manager. 1935. 2006. 2016. Master of Forest Resources (Forest Management).

 Washington State University, Department of Natural Resource Sciences, Pullman 99164-6410, http://www.cahe.wsu.edu/, Contact: Keith A.
  Blatner, Chair. 1965. 2002. 2012. Forest Management and Directed Studies options within the Forestry program, BS in Natural Resource
  Sciences.

West Virginia
 West Virginia University, Division of Forestry, Morgantown 26506, http://www.caf.wvu.edu, Contact: Joseph F. McNeel, Director. 1947. 2009.
  2019. Forest Resources Management and Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Resources programs, BSF.

Wisconsin
 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, Madison 53706-1598, http://forest.wisc.edu/, Contact: William H.
  Karasov, Chair. 1971. 2008. 2018. Forest Sciences program, BS in International Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Forest Management and
  Forest Conservation tracks, BS in Natural Resources.

 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, College of Natural Resources, Stevens Point 54481, http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr/, Contact: Jan Harms,
  Associate Professor & Forestry Discipline Coordinator. 1976. 2001. 2011. Forest Management, Forest Administration and Utilization, Urban
  Forestry, and Forest Recreation programs, BS.




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                                SAF Accredited Educational Programs in Forest Technology

The institutions named below have requested SAF accreditation or recognition and offer programs that have been found to meet
minimum standards for objectives, program, faculty, students, administration, parent-institution support, and physical resources
and facilities. Not all forestry programs at these institutions are accredited or recognized by SAF. Only those programs listed below
are approved by SAF.
During this initial period of transition from recognition to accreditation of educational programs in forest technology, the programs
fall into three categories based on their progress through the accreditation process. The categories are:
    Accredited – The program meets all requirements for SAF accreditation of an educational program in forest technology and has
    received final approval from the SAF Committee on Forest Technology School Accreditation.
    Conditionally Accredited – The program is an SAF Recognized educational program in forest technology, has requested
    accreditation, and is awaiting an onsite review and final approval from the SAF Committee on Forest Technology School
    Accreditation. The scheduled year of the accreditation site visit is the second date listed after the contact name in the table
    below.
    Recognized – The program is an SAF Recognized educational program in forest technology and has not yet requested
    accreditation.
The first year shown in each entry indicates the year the program was first accredited, conditionally accredited, or recognized; the
second year indicates the year the last onsite or comprehensive review was completed; and the third year indicates the year current
accreditation or recognition expires, unless otherwise noted.

                                                                 Accredited
California
Reedley College, Agriculture and Natural Resources Department, Reedley 93654. http://www.reedleycollege.com/. Contact: Kent Kinney. 1987.
 2009. 2019. Forestry/Natural Resources Technology curriculum, AS

Georgia
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Division of Agriculture and Forest Resources, Tifton 31794-2693. http://stallion.abac.peachnet.edu/.
 Contact: Rodney W. Brown. 1987. 2009. 2018. Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

Maine
University of Maine-Fort Kent, Forest Technology Program, Fort Kent 04743. http://www.umfk.maine.edu/. Contact: David Hobbins. 1998. 2009.
 2018. Forest Technology, AS

Maryland
Allegany College of Maryland, Forest Technology Program, Cumberland 21502. www.allegany.edu. Contact: Steven F. Resh. 1988. 2009. 2018.
  Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

Minnesota
Itasca Community College, Grand Rapids 55744-3397. http://www.itasca.mnscu.edu/. Contact: Brad Jones. 2003. 2009. 2020. Natural Resources -
  Forestry option, AAS
Vermilion Community College, Forest Technology Program, Ely 55731, http://www.vcc.edu/. Contact: Jeff Nelson, Enrollment Services Director,
 800-657-3608 (j.nelson@vcc.edu) ask for the Natural Resources Technology Program-Forest Management/Wildlife option. 1990. 2010. 2020.
 Natural Resource Technology-Forest Management/Wildlife option, AAS

New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire, Thompson School, Durham 03824, http://www.unh.edu/thompson-school/. Contact: Matt Chagnon. 1988.
 2008.2017. Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

Oregon
Central Oregon Community College, Forest Technology, Bend 97701. http://www.cocc.edu/. Contact: Michael Fisher. 1987. 2009. 2019. Forest
  Technology curriculum, AAS




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                                SAF Accredited Educational Programs in Forest Technology

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania College of Technology, Forestry Department, Williamsport 17701. http://www.pct.edu/. Contact: Dennis Ringling. 1989. 2009. 2012.
  Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

Virginia
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, Forest Technology Department, Clifton Forge 24422. www.dslcc.edu. Contact: Brian Keiling. 1990. 2010.
 2020. Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

                                                            Conditionally Accredited

New York
State University of New York-College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Forest Technology Program, Wanakena 13695,
  http://www.esf.edu/rangerschool. Contact: Christopher L. Westbrook. 1985. 2011. 2015. Forest Technology, AAS

Oregon
Mt. Hood Community College, Forest Resources Technology, Gresham, OR 97030. http://www.mhcc.edu/. Contact: Joan M. DeYoung. 2002. 2015.
 2015. Natural Resource Technology Program-Forest Resource Option, AAS

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania State University-Mont Alto, Forest Technology Program, Mont Alto 17237, http://www.ma.psu.edu. Contact: Craig T. Houghton.
  1986. 2011. 2011. Forest Technology curriculum, AS

South Carolina
Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Forestry Department, Conway 29528. http://www.hgtc.edu/. Contact: Brian J. Clark. 1987. 2014. 2017.
 Forestry Management Technology curriculum, AAS

Washington
Green River Community College, Technology Division, Auburn 98092, http://www.greenriver.edu/. 2000. 2011. 2011. Contact: Richard Hopkins.
 Natural Resources (forestry option) curriculum, AAS

Spokane Community College, Natural Resources Department, Spokane 99207. http://www.scc.spokane.edu/. Contact: Monica Spicker. 1987.
  2012. 2016. Natural Resources Program, Forestry Option, AAS

West Virginia
Glenville State College, Department of Forest Technology, Glenville 26351. http://www.glenville.edu/. Contact: C. Richard Sypolt. 1987. 2014.
  2017. Forest Technology curriculum, AS

                                                                  Recognized

New York
Paul Smith's College of Arts and Sciences, Forestry Division, Paul Smiths 12970, http://www.paulsmiths.edu. Contact: Andrew Egan. 1985. 2005.
  2015. Forest Technology curriculum (Forest Technician and Forest Recreation options), AAS

North Carolina
Haywood Community College, Division of Natural Resources, Clyde 28721, http://www.haywood.edu/index.php. Contact: Blair Bishop. 1985.
 2006. 2016. Forest Management Technology curriculum, AAS

Ohio
Hocking College, Forest Technology, Nelsonville 45764, http://www.hocking.edu. Contact: James Downs. 1986. 2007. 2016. Forest Technology
 curriculum, AAS

Oklahoma
Eastern Oklahoma State College, Forestry Department, Wilburton 74578. http://www.eosc.cc.ok.us/. Contact: Edwin Woods. 1987. 2007. 2017.
  Forest Technology curriculum, AAS

CANADA
New Brunswick
 Maritime College of Forest Technology, Fredericton, NB E3C 2G6. http://www.mcft.ca/. Contact: Robert Whitney. 1986. 2007. 2017. Forest
   Technology curriculum leading to, Diploma
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