Incorporating ​Elements of Old Growth Forests in Timber Sales

Join a team of researchers and practitioners as we explore the Argonne Experimental Forest and discuss incorporating elements of old growth forest into forest management. Through a combination of presentations […]

Landowner Liability

This webinar will focus on matters of premises liability and timber protection for forest landowners, including matters of trespass, legal sufficiency of boundary and hazard marking, as well as disputes […]

Diseased, Decayed, Defective, and Dangerous: When Good Trees Go Bad

Trees provide a variety of benefits to society. But trees also lose branches or break when forces exceed their structural strength or the root-soil connection. Tree failure can cause severe […]

QGIS for Forestry

Join in on 3-part series exploring QGIS applications for forestry. As part of this series, Mick Wheaton of Valley View Forestry will lead you through hands-on exercises on the basics […]

Why Building With Mass Timber is the Best Thing a Company Can do to Sustain America’s Working Forests & Their Role as a Natural Climate Solution

This webinar addresses the question: will rising demand for mass timber products result in unsustainable levels of harvesting forests in the United States? Participants will learn the role family forest […]

The Policy Context for Bioenergy

A comprehensive discussion of relevant policies for forest bioenergy must include the entire life cycle of the material, including land use and feedstock production (i.e., harvesting woody biomass) as well […]

Optimizing Ecosystem Service Provisioning through Tree Planting Strategies that account for Community Health and Demographics

Increasing relevance of ecosystem services in decision-making requires interdisciplinary efforts that are grounded in community needs. The City of Cincinnati has over 300,000 residents and would like to implement tree […]

Industrial Logging and Environmental Justice in the US South

Dr. Treva Gear (Adel, GA) and Adam Colette (Asheville, NC) will be covering the environmental justice and economic impacts of large-scale industrial logging on the US South, with a particular […]

Herbaceous forest vegetation management

Dr. Kyle Cunningham (UArk) will provide a general overview of native and invasive nonnative herbaceous species of concern in the southeastern U.S. Both native and nonnative herbaceous plant species can […]

Forest Management on the NHAL State Forest

Join NHAL State Forest Team Leader Tom Shockley and Forester Chase Christopherson as they discuss how and why foresters design and establish timber sales on the Northern Highland American Legion […]