Posts Tagged ‘Northeast’

Webinar: Introducing the Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative

Register today! Join the Guild as we host this webinar with our member Dr. Alexandra (Ali) Kosiba, Research Project Coordinator for the Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative and Staff Scientist for the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. The Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative (FEMC; www.uvm.edu/femc) is a small office located…

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Webinar: Engaging Women Landowners in Discussions of Silvicutlure (and Forestry!)

Register today! We’ll have more information and an event flyer to share soon! Webinar start time is: 1:00 ET/12:00 CT/11:00 MT/10:00 PT. Please allow extra time ahead of this if you have not used zoom before. Join UMN Extension Forester Angela Gupta for this web-presentation and discussion about communicating with women woodland owners. Learn some…

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Northern White Cedar Field Tour

Register today! Agenda and more info coming soon. Co-sponsored by the Forest Stewards Guild and the Vermont Land Trust Join us in Greensboro, Vermont for a day of exploration and learning about Northern White Cedar. Known as the tree of life, Northern White Cedar has a variety of uses from fence posts, shingles, and cabin…

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Flat Rock Fire Workshop

Claim your spot on the Saturday field trip – register today! Event flyer The North Atlantic Fire Science Exchange, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, SUNY-Plattsburgh, and W.H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute are partnering to host a workshop on the 2018 wildfire and fire science research at Flat Rock State Forest in Altona, New…

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Climate Change and Adirondack Forests

Register by September 1 ($25) Full agenda Preparing for Climate Change Forest and natural resource managers face the tremendous challenge of developing and implementing management actions that help ecosystems respond to climate change. This session will: Provide information on the current and anticipated effects of climate change on the Adirondack region and its forests Describe…

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Guild Gathering in the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Maine forestlands

Register today! Join us for a Guild Gathering, in the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Maine forestlands. Full agenda Thursday We encourage you to check out a hike on your own in scenic Gulf Hagas during the day (or let Amanda know at amanda@forestguild.org  if you’d like to gather with other forestry tour participants to hike this).…

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Ash and Forestry Forum 2: Management within the Context of EAB

Register today! Cost includes lunch. This forum will offer a fresh approach to ash management in light of EAB. Our goal is to facilitate a discussion on the appropriate silvicultural responses to EAB in Vermont. We will look at the role of ash in our forests and how to manage for the forest, not the…

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Forestry for Maine Birds Walk

Register today by contacting Jennifer Brockway, Somerset District Outreach Coordinator. Location: Somerset County Cooperative Extension, 7 County Dr.Skowhegan, ME 04976 Join us for a morning woods walk that introduces Forestry for Maine Birds. This approach integrates bird conservation into forest management and planning. You will learn how to: Improve habitat for priority forest birds and a variety…

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Stone Fence Farm Guild Gathering

Registration closed. Did you miss the deadline? Contact Colleen@forestguild.org if you’d still like to register…there may be a few spots left! We are getting very excited about this not-to-be-missed Forest Stewards Guild New England Guild Gathering! Hosts Jeremy Turner and Laura French welcome fellow Guild members and friends for a spectacular field event. Stone Fence…

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Ash and Forestry Forum: Management within the Context of EAB

Register today! Cost includes lunch. This forum will offer a fresh approach to ash management in light of EAB. Our goal is to facilitate a discussion on the appropriate silvicultural responses to EAB in Vermont. We will look at the role of ash in our forests and how to manage for the forest, not the…

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