National Association of State Foresters Law and Legal Definition
National Association of State Foresters or the NASF is a non-profit organization. It consists of the directors of forestry agencies in the states, territories, and the District of Columbia of the U.S. This association aims to promote programs and practices relating to forest conservation. The NASF seeks to discuss, develop, sponsor, and promote programs and activities that will advance the practice of sustainable forestry, the conservation, and protection of forest lands and associated resources and the establishment and protection of forests in the urban environment.
To support forest management practices and policies unique to the regional characteristics, the NASF works in co-operation with regional organizations such as the Northeastern Area Association of State Foresters, the Southern Group of State Foresters, and the Council of Western State Foresters.
The USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters (NASF) have assembled a State & Private Forestry (S&PF) Redesign Board to review current trends affecting trees and forests and to consider the most effective roles for state and federal government in sustaining forest benefits.
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