KTSAF Summer Meeting Registration Details
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park
7351 Highway 90
Corbin, KY 40701
Thursday June 9th – Evening Executive Committee Meeting
Friday June 10th/ Saturday 11th – KTSAF Summer Meeting
Register Here: https://square.link/u/H4bRlISQ
Included in Fee: June 10th Lunch and Dinner, June 11th Breakfast, and Breaks
− Student Member = $15
− Full Member = $50
− Non-SAF = $60
Stay onsite in the historic DuPoint Lodge! 25 Rooms have been reserved for $130* each, these rooms will be reserved until Friday May 27th so reserve early! Reserved under KY-TN Society of American Foresters (Group Booking Code 2894). Cumberland Falls also offers cabins, cottages, and campsites.
Call them at 606-528-4121 to reserve!
*DuPoint Lodge will also honor government per diem rates
June 10th 5.5 Category 1
June 11th 0.5 Category 1
− Clint Patterson, Forester at Berea College
− Scott Ray, Forest Supervisor on the Daniel Boone National Forest
− Mark Rogers, Central Appalachian Forest Manager at The Nature Conservancy
− Nick Biemiller, Forest Conservation Director with the Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society
− Darren Morris, Southern Region Coordinator of the White Oak Initiative
− Gene Kodama, Immediate Past Chair of SAF Board of Directors
− Mike Black, Director of the Shortleaf Pine Initiative
− Dr. Thomas Brandeis, Research Forester with the Southern Research Station
− Dr. Consuelo Brandeis, Research Forester with the Southern Research Station
− Olivia Immitt, Recreation Leader at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park
On Saturday June 11th, join us for a 1.2 mile out-and-back trail and tour of the Pinnacle Knob 1937 Fire Tower!
Come see the beauty of Kentucky like you’ve never seen before, while learning the detailed history of the tower and how it was utilized. The Pinnacle Knob Fire Tower, USFS R-8 model 14’x14’ live-in cab on a 40’ steel tower, is the last of its kind in Kentucky. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937 on the Cumberland Falls State Park, it overlooks a part of the Daniel Boone National Forest. It was abandoned in the 1960s but was restored and reopened for tours in 2008 as a state park historic site.