Cal Forestry Club Centennial:
Celebrating 100 Years!


Bean Feed of the Century:
Come celebrate 100 years of the Cal Forestry Club with a Centennial Bean Feed on 1/26! Check out the invitation below for more details and to RSVP. We hope to see you there!



Merchandise:
New Merchandise has arrived! Be sure to check out the Memorabilia page to place your orders! We are currently taking orders online. Check out a preview below!



Cal Forestry History Links:

From "EARLY HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF WOMEN ECOLOGISTS: Emphasis Upon Research Contribution"... "

Nationally, the General Federation of Women's Clubs, founded in 1890, actively informed women about urgent political, economic and social issues of the day, including environmental concerns. Women were also involved early (starting in 1886) in Audubon Society activities, such as protection of game birds from hunters and protection of plumed birds from extinction due to ladies' fashions. They became particularly active with regard to forestry. For example, recognizing the need for trained men to manage and protect the forests, the women of the California Club in 1903 presented a bill to the state legislature to establish a School of Forestry at the University of California, Berkeley. At that time the only three schools of forestry in the United States were on the East Coast"

(Link courtesy of Cal Forestry alumna Gina Gemma Lopez)

Want to see more Cal Forestry history snippets? Email calforestryclub@gmail.com!