What’s bugging you? A review of native and invasive forest pests in Washington State

Virtual

Women Owning Woodlands Webinar Series Spring 2024 - What's bugging you? A review of native and invasive forest pests in Washington State presented by Dr. Molly Darr, Forest Health Extension Specialist with WSU Extension. To register: https://forestry.wsu.edu/women-owning-woodlands-washington/ For more information: Contact Dr. Molly Darr, Forest Health Extension Specialist with WSU Extension at molly.darr@wsu.edu

Tribal Forestry: Understanding Current Issues and Challenges – Series Wrap-up

Virtual

Tribes and First Nations have been forest stewards since time immemorial on the land that is currently called North America. In the face of climate change, tribes and First Nations continue to work with institutions, NGOs, and federal and state agencies to support Indigenous sovereignty and resilient forested landscapes. This webinar will focus on the […]

Hidden stories of fire: tree rings reveal fire histories of Pacific Northwest rainforests

Virtual

Andrew Merschel and colleagues at the Pacific Northwest Research Station and Oregon State University have constructed dozens of new fire histories in the western Cascades of Oregon and Washington. These histories refine our understanding of historical fire regimes in Pacific Northwest rainforests. For the first time, this research pairs direct evidence of historical fires with precisely […]

Unearthing Forgotten Forestry Narratives

Tillamook Forest Center 45500 Wilson River Hwy, Tillamook, United States

Description How deep are your roots in Oregon forestry? Does your heritage have a rich history in the Tillamook forest area? Join the Tillamook Forest Center (TFC) as we invite Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center and the Vernonia Pioneer Museum to share their work that records and preserves the historic contributions foresters have made in Oregon. […]

Northwest Nature and Health Symposium

Intellectual House UW Seattle campus, 4249 Whitman Court, Seattle, WA, United States

We are excited to invite you to the annual Northwest Nature and Health Symposium! Nature and Health illuminates the connections between nature and human health and well-being. We work with the community and decision makers to translate our findings into programs and policies that promote equitable engagement with nature. Each year, we host a symposium to bring together researchers, […]

Forests + Climate Learning Exchange Series: Forest carbon stewardship: the nexus of climate adaptation and mitigation

Virtual

The Forests + Climate Learning Exchange Series (LES), co-hosted by the Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) and the Society of American Foresters (SAF), invites academics, practitioners, policymakers, and other experts to present innovative and important research, projects, and strategies relating to forest carbon. The series aims to develop and expand forest stakeholder knowledge and perspectives […]

Managing Eastern Oregon Forests – Fire, Fuels and Density Management

Virtual

Join us for our latest series where we will expand on topics related to fire risk and fuels reduction, as well as density management, for a variety of forest types and diverse management objectives across Central and Eastern Oregon. Series Schedule: 1/18 Principles of Density Management 2/1 Basal Area & Forest Density 2/15 Applications of […]

Bigleaf Maple Syrup Festival

University of Washington Pack Forest 9010 453rd St. E, Eatonville, WA, United States

Come learn about the PNW’s maple syrup! Maple syrup is taking off in the northwest! Sap collected from our native bigleaf maple trees produces a delicious syrup with a unique flavor. It’s excellent for baking, cooking, cocktails, and, of course, pancakes! Moreover, maple sugaring adds value to forests and supports small forest owner’s management and […]

SCIENCEx SOILS Webinar – Why do foresters need soil scientists?

Virtual

SCIENCEx Soils will be exploring how the health of our forests — and planet — depend on what's beneath our feet. The Forest Service Research and Development SCIENCEx webinar series unites scientists and land managers from across the Forest Service and beyond. Why do foresters need soil scientists? Why foresters and soil scientists should be […]

SCIENCEx SOILS Webinar – How can soil science be applied to forest management?

Virtual

SCIENCEx Soils will be exploring how the health of our forests and planet depend on what's beneath our feet. The Forest Service Research and Development SCIENCEx webinar series unites scientists and land managers from across the Forest Service and beyond. How can soil science be applied to forest management? Bringing soil carbon out of the […]

Into the Weeds: King County Weed Mgmt. Workshop Series – Day 1

Virtual

A half day seminar on noxious weed control for vegetation management staff, restoration crews and anyone interested in learning about weeds.   Agenda: 8:00 AM - 8:10 AM Intro & Program Overview Hosted by Skye Pelliccia (KC Nox. Weeds) 8:10 AM - 8:40 AM Weed List Overview & New Noxious Weeds Tom Erler (KC Nox. Weeds) Learn about the […]

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