SCIENCEx Experimental Forests and Ranges Week – Looking Towards the Future


SCIENCEx experimental forests and ranges week explores the largest and longest-lived ecological research network in the nation. Scientists will discuss the benefits of these forests, ranges, and watersheds for long-term or experimental research on hydrology, wildlife, wildland fire, and silviculture and how their work informs how we steward the land. Presenters include Intro to experimental […]

Laminated Root Rot Mitigation Field Tour – Fall 2023 in Woodinville

Crystal Lake Tree Farm Woodinville, WA, United States

Laminated root rot is one of the most prolific forest health issues that forest landowners face. While this fungal disease is a natural part of our forest ecosystems, it can cause major conflicts with landowner objectives and create serious safety hazards. If left unchecked, the disease will steadily spread, killing susceptible tree species it infects. […]

Nature and Forest Immersion


Join other women for a two-hour session in nature, from the forest, park, or backyard of your choice. Nature and forest immersion comes from the tradition of forest bathing, or shinrin yoku - the practice of slowing down in the forest to reconnect with nature using our senses. Doing so has physical and mental health […]

Ecological Forestry in the Context of Climate Change – Synergistic Effects of Multiple Stressors on Forest Resistance, Resilience, and Response


This 12-part monthly webinar series tells a story about how small- and large-scale forest disturbance, such as fire, wind, ice storms, hurricanes, sea-level rise, flooding, introduced and endemic forest pests, and others, impact forest ecosystems. The series will also examine ecological silviculture and climate adaptation approaches to help inform forest and wildlife management. Webinars are […]

Yale Forest Forum – Climate-Smart Forestry on Private Lands


The Yale Forest Forum is excited to announce the Fall 2023 speaker series on the topic of Climate-Smart Forestry. Webinars will take place on Mondays, September 11–November 27 from 12:00 pm–1:00 pm U.S. ET. The series is jointly hosted by The Forest School at the Yale School of the Environment, the USDA Northeast Climate Hub, and the USDA Southeast […]

Living with Beavers Webinar


These dam building engineers can certainly cause headaches by chewing trees, blocking culverts, or building dams that flood your property, but the Snohomish Conservation District is here to help! In this webinar, learn about the benefits of having beavers on your property, some strategies for managing beaver conflicts, and opportunities for assistance from SCD. Day […]

The Wildlife in Managed Forests – Native Bees Webinar


The Wildlife in Managed Forests – Native Bees webinar will be on Nov. 29, starting at 3:00 p.m. It will feature experts from the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, the University of Oregon and the Oregon Department of Forestry discussing the latest research related to native bees in Oregon’s forests and forest management […]

North Puget Sound SAF Chapter Meeting and Pizza Night

Burlington Public Library 820 820 E. Washington Ave, Burlington, WA, United States

North Puget Sound SAF Chapter Meeting - Pizza Night! Wednesday, November 29, 6-8 PM Burlington Public Library In appreciation of our chapter members, dinner is on us! Please join us for state and national SAF updates, chapter elections, and a presentation on Variable Density Thinning in the Finney Adaptive Management Area (1 hr Cat. 1 CFE approved). […]

7th Annual PNW Forest Vegetation Management Conference

Holiday Inn Portland South 25425 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR, United States

Agenda Tuesday, December 5th – Assisted Migration (AM) and Reforestation Workshop Wednesday, December 6th – Presentations Thursday, December 7th – Presentations and Panel & Discussion To view the full agenda, visit Day and Time: December 5, 2023 Location: Wilsonville, OR The in-person registration fee is $350 if received by November 27 or $420 November 28th or later. […]

Nature-Based Solutions: Current Issues


Join us Friday, Dec. 15 (1–2 p.m. ET) for the next session in the Nature-Based Solutions: Current Issues webinar series to hear about state and regional programs supporting natural climate solutions. Natural climate solutions are actions to protect, manage, or restore natural systems in ways that store carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Governments are beginning to promote and incentivize these […]

Federal policy on mature and old growth forests


On April 22, 2022, the Biden Administration issued Executive Order 14072, which directs the United States Department of Agriculture and the United States Department of the Interior to define, inventory, identify threats towards, and develop policies to mitigate threats to, mature and old growth forests. Dr. Zander Evans will provide some background on what has […]

Year in Review: Sustainability and Forests


Professionals may approach sustainability and certification from various perspectives, but ultimately how do we move forward to create “better forests?” Join panelists as they discuss hot topics, innovative ideas, and smart solutions when discussing responsible forestry with various stakeholders. Digest these shared experiences with forest certification from the past year and the projections provided for […]


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