Longview SAF Chapter Meeting – Washington Certified Burner Program

Scythe Brewing 1217 3rd Ave., Ste 150, Longview, WA

For our January meeting, Kyle Lapham with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources will discuss the agency's new Certified Burner Program. Where: Scythe Brewing, 1217 3rd Ave., Ste 150, Longview (Off the menu) When: Thursday January 19, 6:00 p.m.

IESAF/MTSAF SAF Leadership Conference

Mark your calendar – MT SAF Leadership Conference is scheduled for January 20 and 21, 2023. Visit https://www.cfc.umt.edu/saf/ for registration and agenda.

Portland SAF Chapter Meeting – Wildfire Impacts and Mitigation: THE forestry challenge of the 21st Century

Mt. Hood Community College 26000 SE Stark Street, Gresham, Oregon, OR

For the Portland SAF Chapter's January meeting, our program will feature John Bailey, professor of silviculture and fire management, Oregon State University. Bailey will give broad context and updates on the wildfire situation (particularly in the Pacific Northwest), the impacts that wildfires are now having, and the professional challenges they are highlighting. Starting with the […]

Yale Forest Forum: Smallholder planted forests and trees for climate, restored landscapes, and human livelihoods

Virtual

Please join us for the Yale Forest Forum Spring 2023 Speaker Series Webinar entitled “Smallholder planted forests and trees for climate, restored landscapes, and human livelihoods” held on Tuesdays 12:00-13:00 ET from January 17-April 25th (Webinars not held March 14 and March 21). The YFF Speaker Series is hosted by The Forest School at the […]

Alaska SAF Speaker Series: NASA Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment Applications in the Tanana Valley State Forest

Virtual

The Alaska SAF Speaker series returned for 2023 and the first presentation features a discussion on research project underway on the Tanana Valley State Forest. Shelby Sundquist uses a forest model to explore future climate and management impacts on the Alaskan boreal forest. She is especially interested in the recent intensification of drought, insect outbreaks, […]

2023 Starker Lecture Series – Sixty Years of Forestry: A Retrospective on the Douglas-fir Region

LaSells Stewart Center C&E Hall 875 SW 26 Street, Corvallis, OR

January 25, 7:00 - 8:30 pm LaSells Stewart Center C&E Hall Lecture: Sixty Years of Forestry: A Retrospective on the Douglas-fir Region Speaker: Bill Robbins, Emeritus Professor and Author, OSU Sixty Years of Forestry will explore the substantial changes in forestry in Douglas-fir country due to the environmental laws of the 1960s and '70s. Beginning […]

California SAF 2023 Annual Meeting: Forestry in the Redwoods: Growth, Reforestation & Resilience

Cal Poly Humboldt Great Hall Community Center 1 Harpst Street Arcata,, CA

California SAF, in partnership with Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods, is hosting the 2023 Winter SAF Meeting in the majestic redwoods of Northern California. The three-day event will highlight local forestry projects, agencies, organizations, and student activities. To learn more and to register, visit https://californiasaf.org/2022/12/10/california-saf-2023-winter-meeting-registration-is-now-open/. Conference Location: • Cal Poly Humboldt Great […]

Emerald Ash Borer Webinar

Virtual

With the emerald ash borer (EAB) now present in Oregon is essential to learn how to recognize and report this destructive insect. This webinar will cover identifying EAB, Oregon Ash, and other common ash species, current best management practices, and integrated pest management solutions for combating EAB and slowing ash mortality. As a follow up […]

Annual Family Foresters Workshop

Doubletree Hotel 322 North Spokane Falls Court, Spokane, WA

Family-owned forests are vital to the economy and quality of life in the Inland Northwest. These lands are critical for wildlife habitat, timber supply, water quality, and many other values. Unique skills are required of foresters and other natural resource professionals who help family forest owners manage their property. The Family Foresters Workshop is designed to […]

Establishing trees and other native plants using biochar

Virtual

The US Forest Service in partnership with the US Biochar Initiative and the Southern Regional Extension Forestry will be presenting its latest Biochar Webinar titled: "Establishing trees and other native plants using biochar". This live webinar will be held January, 31 2023 from 11 to 12 pm Eastern time. learn more here... Presenters/Authors: Dr. Kasten Dumroese […]

Yale Forest Forum: Smallholder planted forests and trees for climate, restored landscapes, and human livelihoods

Virtual

Please join us for the Yale Forest Forum Spring 2023 Speaker Series Webinar entitled “Smallholder planted forests and trees for climate, restored landscapes, and human livelihoods” held on Tuesdays 12:00-13:00 ET from January 17-April 25th (Webinars not held March 14 and March 21). The YFF Speaker Series is hosted by The Forest School at the […]

Wildfire and Climate Change Adaptation of Western North American Forests: A Case for Proactive Management

Virtual

Climate change and wildfires pose an existential threat to western North American forests, a reality which necessitates place-based strategies to increase their resilience – if forests are to be widely conserved. EuroAmerican colonization, development, and management, along with fire suppression, have contributed to widespread fire exclusion and changes in forest structure, composition, and wildfire regimes. […]

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