Webinar Library


The Forest Stewards Guild regularly hosts webinars. These are a great way to learn from experts across the country, even if you can't get to their location in person. Unlike events in the field, if the offering doesn't fit your schedule, you can always watch a webinar recording afterward to catch what you missed. That's the purpose of this library. Great presentations on topics that are meaningful to you, on demand.

We also feature some webinars from partners on this page. More are available on the Guild's YouTube Channel as well!

Webinar library


Forestry Development Needs in Wisconsin, May 2024

Lunch & Learn: Wildfire Commission Report, Feb, 2024

2023 - 2024

Communicating Forestry webinar series:


From experimentation to Innovation in the Forests of the Pacific Northwest, NIFS 2023

Old Growth Webinar Series, Winter 2021-2022

Aquatic Health and Biodiversity of Central Appalachian Forests Webinar, Jan 2022

Oak Resiliency Assessment Tool Workshop, Jan 2022


Learning the Tools to Avoid Unwanted Forest Conversion in the Southeast, July 2021

Bat Responses to Silvicultural Treatments, June 2021

Conserving Southern Salamanders in Working Forests, June 2021

Women on the Land Series, May 2021

Oak Miniseries for Landowners

Science of Carbon, April 2021.

Massachusetts Oak Decline and Mortality (video, Mass DCR)


More on the Guild's YouTube Channel!