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Forestry Club

The mission of the UNL Forestry Club at the School of Natural Resources is to promote a better understanding and appreciation of trees and their purpose to the world through the study of trees and cultivation of trees and shrubs.

The club, which is open to undergraduate and graduate students, provides opportunities for students to learn about trees and forestry careers through hands-on activities, and they hope to one-day compete in the Midwestern Foresters Conclave, a test of traditional logging skills including tree climbing, tossing logs, and using buck saws and axes.

“This club is a great way to meet other students and professors within the forestry program,” said Alaina Kapla, the 2020 club president. “If you like trees, you should consider joining the club.”

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