The Southeastern Society of American Foresters (SESAF) Leadership provides direction within SESAF to ensure the achievement of its mission.
     •  Advance the science, technology, education, and practice of forestry;
     •  Enhance the competency of its members;
     •  Establish professional excellence; and
     •  Use the knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic of the profession to ensure the continued health and use of forest ecosystems and the present and future availability of forest resources to benefit society.

Click here to view current SESAF leadership and contact information.

Click the link below to view/download a list of past SESAF officers.


Chapters are the core of the Society and consist of local groups of SAF members in a specific area. Chapter officers are elected to help manage and guide the group. Most chapters charge dues to pay for operating expenses.


Rules adopted by SESAF, setting policies or conditions under which SESAF is operated. Click the link below to view/download the SESAF Bylaws.
(Adobe PDF File)

Code Of Ethics

The purpose of these principles and pledges is to govern the professional conduct of members of SESAF and all SAF members in their relationship with the land, the public, their employers, their clients, and each other. Click here to view the national SAF code of ethics.

Volunteer Organizational Structure (VOS) Task Force Report

The objective of the VOS TF was to evaluate the effectiveness of the current organizational structure in meeting the mission and strategic direction of the Society of American Foresters. Council received the report December 4, 2004. Click the link below to view/download the VOS task force report.
VOS Task Force Report
(Adobe PDF File)