The Virginia Tech Forestry Club promotes a spirit of fellowship among students within the College of Natural Resources and Environment. The club encourages members of the other fields in the activities of the club, and engage in activities furthering the education and enjoyment of its members in the field of renewable natural resources.
The club holds many fundraisers throughout the year. These include the selling of firewood, Christmas trees, and club apparel.
In the fall, the club competes in a series of competitions dealing with timber sports, such as cross-cut, speed chop, pole fell and axe throw. This all leads up to Conclave, held by the Association of Southern Forestry Clubs (ASFC), where we compete in timber sports against 13 other Forestry Clubs.
Learn more at our website: Virginia Tech Forestry Club.
Students in the Forestry Club provide locally cut wood to Turner Place at Lavery Hall. The club also participates in the Southern Conclave, a timbersports competition.