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Silviculture 2017

Time: June 14, 2017 from 8:45am to 5pm
Location: SUNY ESF Gateway Event Center
City/Town: Syracuse
Event Type: conference
Organized By: SUNY ESF
Latest Activity: May 18, 2017

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Some of the presentations may be a bit hard to follow for those not fluent in forester speak, but otherwise a great opportunity to get a heavy dose of silviculture stuff

Please join us for a day of seminars for forest practitioners on uneven-aged silviculture, exploitative harvesting, rehabilitation, and interference, representing the work conducted with or are reflective of the work of Distinguished Service Professor Dr. Ralph Nyland, who retired after 49 years of service to ESF. In honor of Dr. Nyland's dedication for mentoring students and to providing outstanding continuing education and real-world strategies to forestry professionals, each speaker will summarize research results to provide practical guidance to managers.

Presenters, many of whom got their starts under Nyland’s tutelage, hail from the US and Canadian Forest Services, extension programs, as well as from ESF’s Departments of Forest & Natural Resources and Environmental & Forest Biology.

To RSVP, see the full agenda, and information about parking, lunch, overnight accommodations, and CFE credit, visit:  https://silviculture2017.eventbrite.com

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