After 25 years of existence, SAMAB has many intangible successes through the building of personal and professional relationships among SAMAB members throughout the Southern Appalachian region that cross political and institutional boundaries. If you’d like to learn more about the incredible work that we’ve done throughout the years, download this power point presentation and help us to celebrate 25 years of cooperative accomplishments!
The SAMAB Cooperative is made up of 11 federal and 3 state natural resource agencies. The work of SAMAB is done by participating agencies, guided by an interagency Executive Committee.
Cooperative agreement – pdf (17 kb)
The SAMAB Cooperative Reserve – pdf (1.4 mb)
- Member agencies:
- Appalachian Regional Commission
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Natural Resources Conservation Service
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- State of Georgia
- State of North Carolina
- State of Tennessee
- Tennessee Valley Authority
- USDA Agricultural Research Service
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- USDA Forest Service
- National Park Service
- U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
- U.S. Geological Survey
The SAMAB Foundation, a 501(c)(3) corporation, gives private individuals, firms, academic institutions, and communities an opportunity to participate in SAMAB projects.
By-laws (pdf 16kb)
Charter (pdf 77kb)