CAFS is a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (NSF I/UCRC) that bridges top academic forestry research programs with industry members to solve complex, industry-wide problems. Its mission is to optimize genetic and cultural systems to produce high-quality raw forest materials for new and existing products by conducting collaborative research that transcends species, regions, and disciplinary boundaries. The University of Maine’s Center for Research on Sustainable Forests (CRSF), through its Cooperative Forestry Research Unit, is a member of CAFS and serves as the lead site.
University of Maine, Lead CAFS Site
The 12th Annual CAFS IAB Meeting was held in Athens, GA on June 4-5, 2019. For meeting information, agenda and field tour details, see our CAFS 2019 meeting page. Special thanks to the University of Georgia and Climate Smart Land Network for helping make the 2019 CAFS IAB meeting and field trip in Athens a success!
A remote IAB meeting was held December 16, 2019. The introduction powerpoint presentation can be found here.