The HSU Forestry Club is meant to bring students of the forestry program together in education, experience, friendship, and service. The club has many awesome programs and events, such as:
• Tutoring for forestry classes taught by past students and upperclassmen meant to cultivate the next generation of stewards of all things forestry.
• Organizing, fundraising, and putting on the annual Humboldt State Forestry Logger Ball—a themed night of dancing, dress up, drinks, music, food, and raffles and prizes. The Logger Ball is held every year as a way for students to cut loose before finals as well as socialize and rub shoulders with our community and people in the forestry industry.
• Annual Christmas tree harvest and sale (see below). A group of dedicated forestry students head out to harvest Christmas trees and haul them back to Arcata for sale to our community. The proceeds help fund our club programs and gets students into the field, running chainsaws and thinning forests.
• Club bonfires, club parties, field trips, resume building workshops and a family within the Forestry department is what we strive for. It’s a great club with great people who are passionate about our field.
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HSU Forestry Club Eco-friendly Christmas Tree Sale
The HSU Forestry Club offers Christmas trees for sale as a fundraiser for the club! All trees sold were removed to provide ecosystem services to areas that need habitat restoration from natural encroachment of trees that are not known to be native in those specific places. Proceeds from this sale go to Humboldt State University Forestry Club, which promotes the professional and ethical advancement of HSU Forestry students.
Get your tree at Wildberries in Arcata (747 13th Street), or call 707-822-0095 for more information.