Abiotic factors impacting forest health in Washington State


Women Owning Woodlands Webinar Series Spring 2024 - Abiotic factors impacting forest health in Washington State by Betsey Goodrich, Forest Pathologist with the USDA Forest Service 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

2nd Annual SICC Forestry Festival

SICC 38600 Proctor Blvd, Sandy, OR, United States

Sandy Invitation Chainsaw Carving Carving from 8 am- 6 pm Mech Show and Timber Sports from 10 am - 6 pm Pro and Local/Amateur Carving Divisions Prize — 1st: $1000/500; 2nd: $500/250; Crowd Favorite: $500/$250 Cedar Logs Provided by Weyerhaeuser On site services provided by Oregon Tool Return of Youth Forestry Field (By OSU Alumni.) […]

Virtue and The Steward’s Mind – Communicating Forestry webinar series


Join Guild member Marianne Patinelli-Dubay, a philosopher with the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, for a presentation focused on understanding Guild-style forestry in the context of virtue ethics. Following the presentation, participants will be encouraged to explore these theoretical concepts in a facilitated discussion.  A forester is trained to […]

Learning Exchange Series: Managing forest for carbon offsets—opportunities, risks and way forward


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 […]

Washington Hardwoods Comission 2024 Annual Symposium

Veterans Memorial Museum 100 SW Veterans Way, Chehalis, WA, United States

Theme: Hardwoods Make it Topics & Speakers Soil enrichment Silviculture and seedlings Biodiversity Carbon sequestration Markets Forest industry legislation Growth & Yield field trip Registration Costs: $85 per person $35 for each additional family member $35 per student   To learn more and register, visit: https://wahardwoodscomm.com/WHC-annual-symposium

FFACTS: Identifying and mapping climatically stable macro-and microrefugia for wildlife in New Mexico


Presented by Megan Friggens, Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Climate refugia are areas that allow species to persist, retreat to, or colonize in what would otherwise be uninhabitable conditions. Climate refugia can be identified at local and regional scales though microrefugia may hold particular importance for their role to support species in […]

Forest Optimism Webinar Series — Forest to Frame: Using Georgia’s Forests In Local Mass Timber Buildings


"Forest to Frame: Using Georgia’s Forests In Local Mass Timber Buildings" with Troy Harris & Russell Gentry and guest host Lynn Wilson   You've heard of Farm to Market. Substituting traditional construction materials like concrete and steel with mass timber, has the potential to materially reduce our carbon footprint with the added benefit of incorporating […]

Semi-Annual Center for Advanced Forestry Systems All-Member Advisory Board Meeting & NCASI Biometrics Working Group

The Edgewater 1001 Wisconsin Place, Madison, WI, United States

Agenda and Meeting Information June 11 (Tues, full day): CAFS lead intro and update; Project updates and final reports  June 12 (Wed, full day): Project Updates, IAB Executive Committee, Future of CAFS discussion; PM: Field Tour: Whole Trees/Festival Foods with Amelia Swan Baxter, co-founder & CEO, UW Research, UW Arboretum June 13 (Thurs, half day): […]

Forest Optimism Webinar Series — The ‘Family Tree’ and Heirs’ Property Rights: Connecting People, Land, and Legacy


"The 'Family Tree' and Heirs’ Property Rights: Connecting People, Land, and Legacy" with Sam Cook and Natalie and Nikki Jefferies and host Jamie Lewis   Productive agricultural land remains elusive for many landowners and agricultural professionals are often limited in helping them due to complicated legal and social issues. This is particularly true for forestland […]

Forest Optimism Webinar Series — Tree Equity: Enacting Change in America’s Cities


"Tree Equity: Enacting Change in America’s Cities" with Jad Daley and hosted by Tania Munz   Trees are crucial infrastructure to cities--they cool neighborhoods by providing shade, clean the air we breathe, and even provide career opportunities. However, studies have shown that due to redlining and other discriminatory policies, neighborhoods with more low-income families and […]

Variable Density Thinning Workshop

WSU Vetter Demonstration Farm & Forest 5281 Hattery-Owens Road, Deer Park, WA, United States

“Variable Density Thinning (VDT)” deliberately creates non-uniform conditions within a stand, and may help to accelerate wildlife habitat and improve or protect biodiversity.  This silvicultural system can be advantageous for producing more wildlife, timber, and result in more strategic wildfire hazard mitigation.  Come see a short presentation at the WSU Vetter Demonstration Farm & Forest, […]

Family Forest Convention 2024

Best Western Premier Boulder Falls Inn 505 Mullins Dr, Lebanon, OR, United States

2024 Oregon Family Forest Convention: Keeping Family Forests Healthy • 4 Forest Field Tours • 9 Educational Workshops • New Publications • Awards Luncheon • Landowner Social • Outstanding Oregon Tree Farmer of the Year Property Tour Join us in beautiful Linn County at the Boulder Falls Inn for Oregon’s premier gathering of forest landowners. […]


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