SAF is a big help

Eric Berg jberg at midusa.net
Wed Jan 29 16:11:01 EST 1997


Michael Hagen wrote:
> 
> Brian Simm wrote:
> >
> > Joseph Zorzin wrote:
> > >
> > > Michael Hagen wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Correction to the last post:
> > > >
> > > >         the group to look at is news.announce.newgroups
> > > >
> > > > M. Hagen
> > >
> > > Cool. I suggest a title of bionet.forest-management or something like
> > > that. Do you want the chore? If not, I'll do it; being self employed- or
> > > actually self unemployed I have the time to do this. I agree that it
> > > should be "broadbased unmoderated discussion". Perhaps we could let a
> > > few more days go by and see what others here suggest; then either or
> > > both of us could tackle this. Then, once it's a "fait accompli" the SAF
> > > will offer us a "meritorious achievement" award. <G>
> > >
> > > When it's up and running we could draw more attention by mentioning it
> > > in various other newsgroups that have an outdoorsy interest- from the
> > > hunting types to the Sierra club.
> >
> > Good luck in your endevor. I , for one, would like to see a newsgroup
> > oriented a little more towards our field(forestry), However, we do need
> > the input from all of the other natural scientists. Go for it!!!!
> > Brian
> 
> Thanks for the input.  Looks like a waiting period is in order.  In the
> meantime I'll try to find out who actually creates the new group and
> where it resides.  The procedures on news...newgroups don't quite
> explain what happens if the vote is affirmative, or if they do, I missed
> it.
> 
> Question for the group:  What forestry activity do you do mostly and
> where are you located?
> 
> Later, M.Hagen

District forester, south central Kansas.  Forestry activity split between urban 
and rural forestry.  Rural work ranges from windbreak establishment and 
renovation to timber marking-marketing, woodlot plantings, and wildlife habitat 
enhancement.



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