National Association of State Foresters


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National Association of State Foresters (NASF)

Address:444 N Capitol St NW, Suite 540
Washington, DC 20001

Phone:202-624-5415
Fax:202-624-5407
Web: www.stateforesters.org
Established: 1920. Description:Represents the directors of the forestry agencies of the 50 states, eight U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia. Promotes cooperation among the states and territories and develops and promotes legislation, programs, and activities that will advance forest stewardship and use of forest resources. Members: 59 (directors from all 50 states and 9 territories).

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Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Defense, and Forest Service as federal players; National Association of State Foresters, representing state government; and Edison Electric Institute and American Association of Nurserymen, among others, as private partners.
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John Mixon, vice president of the National Association of State Foresters, said that the NASF is "eager to endorse" the initiative, although he also expressed concern that the 50-50 cost share with rural land-owners may not be a large enough incentive.
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