30th Annual Family Foresters Workshop

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Washington State University Extension and University of Idaho Extension bring you the 30th Annual Family Foresters Workshop. This yearly event is for consulting foresters, forestry practitioners, and forest managers looking to continue education in advanced topics relating to forestry and natural resource management.

Friday, January 21st, 8:55 - 12:00pm PST

  • Sustainable Forest Management as a Natural Climate Solution to Help or Achieve Global Net Zero Emissions: Thomas Fox, Rayonier
  • Assisted Migration Adaptation Trial: Greg O’Neill, British Columbia Ministry of Forests
  • Family Forest Economics/Policy Update: Gregg Latta, University of Idaho
  • Podcasting in Forestry: Sean Alexander, Washington State University Extension
  • Elk and Variable Density Thinning: Kyle Garrison, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

 
Friday, January 28th, 8:55 - 12:00pm PST

  • Managing Risk in Prescribed Fire: John Weir, Oklahoma State University
  • Smoke Trends: Susan Prichard: University of Washington
  • Effects of Prescribed Fire on Soil Health: Tom DeLuca, Oregon State University
  • Prescribed Fire for Inland NW Family Forests (Panel): Heather Heward, Idaho Prescribed Fire Council; Aaron Rowe, Washington Prescribed Fire Council; Amanda Rau, Oregon Prescribed Fire Council

Continuing education credits available. Register by Jan. 14

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Jan 21, 2022 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Jan 28, 2022 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
PST