Welcome to the Cook Inlet Chapter Page!
The Cook Inlet Chapter of Alaska SAF covers a vast area stretching from the shores of the Cook Inlet, Prince William Sound, and Kodiak Island to 63 North Latitude and 141 West Longitude and from Mt. McKinley west to the Bering Sea. Most of Alaskas forest types are found within the Cook Inlet Chapters boundaries; from coastal Sitka spruce and western hemlock forests, alpine mountain hemlock, and the white and black spruce, paper birch, aspen and cottonwood of our boreal forests.
Sitka spruce forest near Nanwalek, Alaska (photo by Nathan Lojewski)
Chapter meetings are held monthly from September through May typically the second Friday of the month at Peggys Restaurant on 5th Avenue (across from Merrill Field) in Anchorage. The Annual Arbor day tree seedling sale is held near Arbor day during early May; for more information go here.
Alaska Aspen Workshop
September 12-14, 2017 starting in Fairbanks, traveling to Delta and Tok
The registration form is available here. Registration due date is August 25.
Please share this flyer with your colleagues and save the date to join us on this tech-transfer field trip to explore the ecology, management and future of aspen in Alaska’s Interior.
Forest managers, researchers, and land owners invited to discuss common objectives and explore opportunities.
*A partnership with the Western Aspen Alliance.
- Alaska Aspen Workshop Program Information (pdf)
- Alaska Aspen Workshop Flyer (pdf)
- Alaska Aspen Registration Form (pdf)
2016: February Minutes
Chair 2016/2017 Eric Geisler, (907) 271-1985 (w), (509) 220-4712 (c) firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Roger Burnside, (907) 229-5754 mobile, email@example.com
- Chapter Bylaws [pdf]