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.
Forest Management from A Landowner's Perspective, Sept 2020.
Defining Healthy Woodland Soil, August 2020.
Forest Adaptation Webinar Series. Several topics from Dec 2019 to August 2020 by the Guild and USDA Forest Services' Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science.
Appalachian Cove Virtual Series:
- Ginseng, August 2020
- Tom's Run Field Tour, September 8, 2020
- Invasives Species Management, October 2, 2020
- Aquatic Biodiversity, November 2020
Restoring resilient ecosystems, communities, and economies in complex terrain, Western Klamath Restoration Partnership webinar July 2020.
Wildlife Forestry in Bottomland Hardwoods, May 19, 2020.
Confronting Changing Winters in the Northeast and Maine, MMC May 15, 2020.
Women's Chainsaw Safety Fundamentals: A two-part webinar series, April 25 and May 2, 2020. (this webinar set is NOT intended to take the place of full, in-person safety training. We cover the basics and recommend a full, hands-on training before operating a chainsaw).
Forest2Market's Covid-19 Roundtable Discussion, April 2020.
Communicating with landowners about oak forest resiliency. April, 22, 2020.
More on the Guild's YouTube Channel!