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Adaptive silviculture lessons for timber oriented managers

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Date

Add to Calendar 2022-09-28 09:00:00 2022-09-28 15:30:00 Adaptive silviculture lessons for timber oriented managers This is a day-long field day, following a September 20, 2022 presentation by the same name. We strongly recommend that field day attendees watch the presentation before coming. The Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) project demonstrates adaptation options to natural resource managers and helps them integrate climate change considerations into silvicultural decision-making. Climate adaptation approaches being examined are designed to sustain ecosystem services into the future, including timber production. As one of the original developers of the ASCC adaptation framework, Brian Palik will discuss research results of interest to stakeholders having timber (or revenue) production as primary objectives. Go to the SFEC website for more information. Cutfoot Sioux Visitor's Center Cutfoot Sioux Visitor's Center Cutfoot Sioux Visitor's Center America/Chicago public

Time

Central time

Location

Cutfoot Sioux Visitor's Center
44623 State Hwy 46
Deer River, MN 56636

Contact

Eli Sagor, Extension specialist, sustainable forests
esagor@umn.edu or 218-409-6115

This is a day-long field day, following a September 20, 2022 presentation by the same name. We strongly recommend that field day attendees watch the presentation before coming.

The Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) project demonstrates adaptation options to natural resource managers and helps them integrate climate change considerations into silvicultural decision-making. Climate adaptation approaches being examined are designed to sustain ecosystem services into the future, including timber production.

As one of the original developers of the ASCC adaptation framework, Brian Palik will discuss research results of interest to stakeholders having timber (or revenue) production as primary objectives.

Go to the SFEC website for more information.

Audience

  • Woodland owners
  • Natural resource professionals

Cost

  • $75 for Sustainable Forests Education Cooperative Members
  • $140 for Non-Members
  • $40 for students

Lunch and refreshments provided. All prices increase 10% after Sept. 21.

Registration

Register by Sept. 21. Details for where to meet will be sent upon registration.

For accommodations related to ability please contact Eli Sagor at esagor@umn.edu or 218-409-6115.

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