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- October 17, 2011 at 2:21 pm #43128Scott GParticipant
ForestConnect Webinar Series
An Introduction to Silvicultural Practices for Private Woodlands
Peter J. Smallidge
October 19, 2011
Early Alert – register here if you haven’t previously registered.
An introduction to silvicultural practices for private woodlands. Woodland owners often hear foresters discussing the use of silviculture as the best means to sustainable manage private forested property. Deliberate and attentive management, using silvicultural principles and practices, can help woodland owners better accomplish their objectives. Join Dr. Peter Smallidge, Cornell University Cooperative Extension – Department of Natural Resources, for this webinar to learn more about silviculture and it’s benefits to private woodlands. The webinar will define silviculture, describe the components of the forest manipulated through silviculture, discuss and illustrate examples of tools and practices used, and illustrate the changes in a forest following different types of silvicultural activities.
A request for SAF Continuing Education Credits is pending.
Once registered, you will receive connection details the Tuesday before the webinar.
More about the webinars…
• Webinars use internet technology to connect national-caliber speakers with woodland owners, managers, and practitioners
• Free, but requires one-time registration
• Offered live at noon and 7 PM on the third Wednesday of each month
• Educational effectiveness has been documented
• Learn more and register
Upcoming ForestConnect Webinars
• November 16, 2011 (TBA)
• December 21, 2011. Restoring the American Chestnut. Bryan Burhans, President and CEO American Chestnut FoundationOctober 17, 2011 at 3:00 pm #69688near horseParticipant
Scott – we should highlight the FREE aspect of this and other webinars. Almost can’t go wrong there.October 17, 2011 at 3:44 pm #69687Scott GParticipant
How’s that, Geoff? 😀
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