National Association of Forest Service Retirees
Panorama of Mt Massive and Mt Elbert across Turquoise Lake outside of Leadville, CO, Pike-San Isabel NF
National Association of Forest Service Retirees

National Association of Forest Service Retirees

What's Going On?

Meet Your Board of Directors

We would like you to meet your Board of Directors.  In this space, we will introduce our Board with a new member rotating in approximately each month.  NAFSR Board Member Bill Timko

We would like to highlight Board member, Bill Timko.

Read Bill's History and Bio HERE

Task Force Report on Agriculture and Rural Prosperity, February 1, 2018

Former Chiefs Letter on Fire Funding Fix, January 15, 2018

Michael Rains Letter on Forest Management for Fire Management, December 17, 2017

Dale Robertson Letter on Deregulation, December 14, 2017

NAFSR Board of Directors Conference Call, November 1, 2017

Fire Funding Legislation Analysis from Bill Timko, October 27, 2017

The Environmental Analysis and Decision Making (EADM) Workshop
September 26-28, 2017 | Phoenix, AZ

National Wildfire Institute Briefing Paper, Disaster Looms for America’s Natural Resource Treasures, August 20, 2017

American Wildlife Conservation Partners Meeting Notes, August 15-16, 2017

Board of Directors Conference Call Notes, August 10, 2017

FINAL NOTES of the NAFSR FIRE COMMITTEE MEETING with Washington Office Leadership & Guests - McClellan Fire Training Center, Sacremento, CA, Wednesday, April 12, 2017

NAFSR Principles, Beliefs and Values document


Reunion at the Cradle - 2018 Forest Service Retiree Reunion

Asheville Travel Climate
Asheville Airline Info

Make your plans for the 2018 Forest Service National Retiree Reunion, Asheville, NC
September 24-28, 2018.

CLICK HERE for Details!

National Association of Forest Service Retirees

What's New! 

The NAFSR Borad of Directors met in Phoenix February 6-7, 2018. discussing 2017 accomplishments and planning a strategy for the future.

2018 NAFSR BOD Winter meeting, Tucson, AZ

Click the picture for names.

CLICK HERE for Meeting Notes

USDA Forest Service
FY 2019 Budget Justification
Click Here

A reminder for those of you that have not paid your 2018 dues !
The time is now! Click Here

March 2017
LOOKOUT Newsletter

Inside the Forest Service
content updated daily.

Pay Your Dues
or Make a Donation
With a Credit Card

Helpful Hints to Pay by Check and Credit Card

If you are paying by check -

Click the link on our home page "Pay your dues...."

On the first page, fill in your name, email address and check the box for your dues. For a donation, put the dollar amount in the appropriate box (this is important). Click the "check" box. This page is not set up to be printed.

Then click "Next". This will send you to a page with our mailing address and thank you note. This will also generate an email to you that is similar to an invoice. Print this invoice and include it with your check. Keep a copy for your tax records.

If you do not click the "Next" button, no email is generated. If you are making a donation, I have no way of knowing which fund that you would like to donate to.

If all of this is too much trouble for you and you don't need a receipt, you can always just mail a check with a note enclosed.

If you are paying by credit card -

Follow the directions above, but when you click on the "Next" button you will be sent to a page that says "Continue". Clicking on this button will take you to the PayPal website and says "PayPal Checkout".

Click this button and you will have the choice of paying with PayPal (if you have an account) or click on the button below "Pay with debit or credit card". This will send you to the page to enter your credit card information.

Paying with a credit card has proven to be very popular with our members. It is quick and easy and secure.

Read the Helpful Hints...

CLICK HERE to learn how to join and get your first years membership FREE!



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