MSU Forestry Club is the nation's oldest continuous forestry club. Est. 1902. The group participates in a wide variety of activities, ranging from timber sports, volunteer workdays at Fenner Nature Center, to making their own maple syrup. They are a close-knit group, but are always happy to welcome new friends.
Making maple syrup, Mid-Western Conclave timber sports competition, CANR Olympics, Small Animals Day, and Autumn Fest. Forestry club also attends professional conferences, such as Society of American Foresters, Sustainable Forest Initiative, National Society of Arboriculture, etc...
Sept. 6, 2016
Forestry Club meets every Tuesday at 6:05 p.m. in room 183 of the Natural Resources Building.