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Advisory group meetings

Center for Advanced Forestry Systems (CAFS) Fifth Annual Meeting

About the series

Dear CAFS Members and Participants,

Please join us for the Fifth Annual Industrial Advisory Board Meeting of the Center for Advanced Forestry Systems, June 26-28, 2012, at the Hollywood Casino Hotel in Bangor, Maine.

Visit the CAFS Meeting Website, www.cnr.ncsu.edu/fer/cafs/meetings.html, for meeting details and hotel reservation information. Registration for the meeting will be available from that site very soon. A separate email will alert you when registration is live, but you may want to make your travel and room reservations now.

Day 1 starts before 8:00am (EDT) on June 26, so those traveling may consider arriving on Monday, June 25. The University of Maine site is hosting an optional field tour on the 28th, leaving the hotel early in the morning and returning at 4:30pm to the hotel.

The meeting will be held at:
Hollywood Casino Hotel
500 Main Street
Bangor, ME 04401

  • Call for room reservations at 877-779-7771 by May 25 and tell them you are with the CAFS group to get the special rate of $89.00 (+tax) per evening.

About the meeting:

CAFS Annual Meetings are essential to fulfilling the mission of the Center. By bringing together CAFS members, faculty and students, the annual meetings facilitate informal communication, while offering a formal mechanism for collaborating on research projects that will ultimately solve complex, industry-wide problems. In addition to presentations and poster sessions, there are ample opportunities for networking among members, faculty and students. The nine academic partners of CAFS - North Carolina State, Oregon State, Purdue, University of Florida, University of Georgia, University of Idaho, University of Maine, University of Washington, and Virginia Tech - look forward to this opportunity that helps us to better serve you.

Our hosts for the meeting this year are our friends at the University of Maine. They have arranged an interesting and informative field tour on June 28, as well as other fun activities that highlight the history, scenery, and flavors of New England.

I hope you will be able to attend. Please feel free to contact me, your Site Director, CAFS Deputy Director Lee Allen, or CAFS Operations Manager Lisa Schabenberger, about the meeting content or arrangements.

We look forward to seeing you in Bangor!

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