Since its creation in 1903, UMaine’s Forestry Program’s 5,000 graduates have made their mark on the world managing forests, protecting landscapes, and working with the forestry and tourism sectors to meet an ever-growing range of society’s needs. This page is the online home for Alumni of the School of Forest Resources where you can share information, reconnect with other alumni, support the school, and connect with our current students.
From Maine to California, Asia to Africa, SFR Alums are engaged in exciting and meaningful careers around the world. Here you can learn about what our alums are doing, as well as share some of your own stories.
The Friends of the School of Forest Resources was created in 2009 to help raise funds for general School operations, including lab and classroom equipment, field courses, faculty and student travel, etc. Please consider joining the Friends of the School of Forest Resources. Donations of any size are greatly appreciated by faculty, staff and students alike.
- Green Endowment (brochure)
- Student Scholarships, Graduate Fellowships & Faculty Support (brochure)
- Naming Opportunities for Nutting Hall (brochure)
Keep in touch with fellow alums, faculty, students and School events by joining our on-line directory of SFR Alumni. We encourage you to stay in touch and update your contact information regularly.
Stay up-to-date with current news about the School of Forest Resources by downloading digital copies of our Branching Out newsletter.
Check-out recent activities at the School of Forest Resources, and stay up–to-date on our forestry lunch-time seminar series. Seminars are free and open to everyone!
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UMaine’s School of Forest Resources has a rich tradition of education, research, and outreach that dates back over 100 years. Learn more about us here.