Managing for the parts of the sum (webinar)

Managing for the parts of the sum: restoration treatments to accelerate late successional structures Register February 24, 2022 Noon – 1 p.m. Pacific Time Presenter: Dr. Klaus Puettmann, Oregon State University This webinar highlights results from various large-scale, long-term studies. General vegetation response trends after restoration treatments were highly predictable, but most responses were spatially…

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Accelerating the development of structural complexity

Accelerating the development of structural complexity: a case study from Ellsworth Creek Preserve, Washington. Register January 27, 2021 Noon – 1:00 p.m. PT Presenters: Dr Van Kane, Caden Chamberlain, University of Washington, and Michael Case, The Nature Conservancy. Restoration treatments can theoretically accelerate the development of structural complexity in simplified forest stands. New research provides…

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Management for Old Growth Characteristics

Register December 16, 2021 Noon – 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time This webinar with Dr. Bill Keeton will focus on approaches and strategies managers can use to encourage the development of late successional or old growth characteristics. Because old growth forests are rare and many species depend on them, managers may seek to help younger forests…

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Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative Annual Conference

Register (hosted virtually, $28) December 16, 2021: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. ET December 17, 2021: 8:30 a.m. – Noon ET Full conference info is online Some highlights: Full conference approved for 7.0 Category 1 SAF credits Two plenary sessions with presentations by Drs. Erika Svendsen and Julia Burton, Twenty-eight contributed talks held during two…

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Oaks in New England Forests (webinar)

Oaks in New England Forests: Keystone Trees for Biodiversity and Resiliency Register via email to Lisa Hayden (lhayden@newenglandforestry.org) to request the Zoom link and dial-in info. December 11, 2021 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ET Hosted by the New England Forest Foundation, join the Mohawk Trail Woodlands Partnership and two local experts to learn more…

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American Ginseng (webinar)

Register December 6, 2021 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET Hosted by Dr. Jen Chandler and the University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Dr. Eric Burkhart (Penn State) Neither wild nor cultivated: American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) trade surveys in Pennsylvania, U.S.A., provide insights into an internationally traded, non-timber forest product.

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WPFC Webinar – Increasing Prescribed Burn Capacity in Wisconsin

Register December 2, 2021 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Wisconsin Prescribed Fire Council is pleased to present our first ever webinar, Increasing Prescribed Burn Capacity in Wisconsin – Getting More Fire on the Ground Safely! This event is the first of a series of discussions focused upon increasing prescribed burn capacity in Wisconsin! This event will feature…

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Southeast Virtual Guild Gathering

Register Tuesday November 30, 2021 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. EST Agenda for download The Forest Stewards Guild’s Southeast Office is hosting a Virtual Guild Gathering for Southeast Members. During the 90-minute meeting we will connect with fellow Guild members in Introduction Circles (a Guild member tradition), share results from the National Member Survey that went…

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Tracking Shifts in Disturbance Regimes – online tool intro webinar

Register November 3, 2021 Noon – 1 p.m. ET The Forest Ecosystems Monitoring Cooperative of the University of Vermont is excited to announce the release of the new online tool “Tracking Shifts in Disturbance Regimes.” The tool allows users to track changes, explore trends, and look for shifts in causes of and responses to disturbance…

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Changing Faces of Forestry – an online discussion

Register today! Panelist bios Revised event – details below…. All are welcome! The Forest Stewards Guild has been around for 25 years. As we celebrate this anniversary and look back, by the nature of the Guild’s focus we must also look to the next 25 years. This is a time for more than remembrance, it…

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