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The Salt Dilemma: Growing Better Urban Trees in Northern Climates

Jim Urban, Andrew Millward, Adam Nicklin Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Can urban trees and city winter weather protocols peacefully co-exist? Join us for a discu...
Feb 25
Megan Dettenmaier posted an event

Learn at Lunch Webinar: Prescribed Fire is an Emergency at https://extension.zoom.us/j/551754990

March 7, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm
Prescribed Fire is an EmergencyDave Lasky, Director of Fire Management, Forest Stewards GuildMarch 7, 2019Register | Continuing Education CreditsEvery year over 600,000 Americans over 70 years old stop driving. | In 1970, blue-collar jobs were 31.2% of total nonfarm employment. By 2016, their share had…See More
Feb 25
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Learn at Lunch Webinar: Trees: A Risk Worth Taking (most of the time) at https://extension.zoom.us/j/226391453

January 31, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm
The evidence is mounting around the compounding benefits of the urban forest. We know trees in cities clean air and water, reduce energy demands, and improve the people's overall quality of life. Yet, tree failure may have serious negative consequences. So, how can we maximize the good and minimize the risk associated with trees growing in the built environment?This…See More
Jan 11
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Tree Q&A with Extension Forestry Specialist, Dr. Mike Kuhns at Register here: https://extension.zoom.us/j/634813972

July 17, 2018 from 12pm to 1pm
You asked, we listened. Join Extension Forestry Specialist, Mike Kuhns for an hour of tackling some of your hardest tree-related questions. Every month we poll our Learn at Lunch Webinar audience and ask what future webinars should focus on. Mike will select specific questions to address, as well as take questions from the audience. Drawing on his background in urban and community forestry, landscape tree selection and care, and tree biology, Mike will field questions and find practical…See More
Jul 11, 2018
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Balsam woolly adelgid: the smallest and biggest reason to reconsider the importance of subalpine fir at Register here: https://extension.zoom.us/j/664650864

June 19, 2018 from 12pm to 1pm
Steve Cook, Professor, U of Idaho & Fred Hain, Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State UniversityDate: June 19, 2018Time: 12 pm (MDT)Register here: https://extension.zoom.us/j/664650864CEUS available here: https://goo.gl/forms/hENwdX0p2hF2AayD2Forest Service staff have noted widespread and rapid subalpine fir mortality across forests in ID and UT. The non-native, invasive balsam woolly…See More
Jun 11, 2018
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A History and Future of White Pine Blister Rust in North America at Register here: https://extension.zoom.us/j/219363851

April 24, 2018 from 12pm to 1pm
Katie McKeever, Forest Pathologist, Montana Department of Natural Resources and ConservationDate: April 24, 2018Time: 12 pm (MST)Register: https://extension.zoom.us/j/219363851This webinar will examine the biology, disease cycle, and history of white pine blister rust in North America and provide information on cultural control methods and resistance breeding programs for western white pine and whitebark pine.Katie received her BSc in Forest…See More
Apr 23, 2018
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Learn at Lunch Webinar Series: PLANTING HEALTHY AIR: HOW TREES CAN MAKE CITIES MORE LIVABLE at Utah State University

April 25, 2017 from 12pm to 1pm
In this presentation, I will review the results of a global study that reviews the literature on vegetation and human health, and then maps the potential for trees to help more than 200 major cities globally. Urban vegetation already plays a small but important role in reducing particulate matter concentrations and ambient air temperatures, but the majority of cities globally are losing vegetative cover over time, so the ability of nature to ensure healthy air is declining over time precisely…See More
Apr 10, 2017
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Avoiding and Remedying Abiotic Injury to Trees at online

March 14, 2017 from 12pm to 1pm
Marion Murray, Utah State University Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Time: 12 pm (MST)A large percentage of urban trees are affected by abiotic stresses and diseases such as drought, nutrient deficiency, and poor pruning practices. Learn about the effects these stresses have on trees and how to diagnose and mitigate them.Marion has been the IPM Project Leader at Utah State University Extension since 2006. She conducts outreach and research in integrated pest management of fruits and landscape…See More
Mar 7, 2017
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Jan 11, 2017
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Webinar TOMORROW!

Gavin M. Jones, PhD student, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. Forest & Wildlife EcologyDate: Wednesday, January 11, 2016Time: 12 pm (MST)Concern over the social, economic, and ecological consequences of increasingly frequent "megafires" in…
Jan 10, 2017
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Soil Compaction and Urban Trees: Strategies for Gaining Ground at online, register here https://zoom.us/webinar/register/72a6482dc07c7a1c34538d7d4481ef37

November 30, 2016 from 12pm to 1pm
Register here.Compacted soil is one of the most common and serious problems urban trees face. Compaction quickly causes severe physical, chemical and biological alterations to soil conditions, and remediation is a difficult and lengthy process. What’s a tree care or landscape professional to do?In this webinar, soil expert Dr. Bryant Scharenbroch (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point) will discuss…See More
Nov 17, 2016
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Learn at Lunch Webinar: Cross-laminated timber, what's all the fuss about? at Online

October 4, 2016 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
In 2015, Utah State University was awarded a Wood Innovations Grant from the USDA Forest Service which is currently funding the design process for the first-of-its-kind cross-laminated timber building in Utah. Cross-laminated timber has been making the news lately - it’s growing popularity has piqued the interest of builders, educators, scientists and consumers as an alternative to traditional building materials such as concrete, masonry and steel. Extension Assistant Professor, Darren McAvoy…See More
Sep 23, 2016
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From Pixels to Landscapes: Leveraging LANDFIRE for Land Management at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/62ceca2fa336c5557c24e00bf0acd2b8

September 13, 2016 from 12pm to 1pm
LANDFIRE products have become the toolbox for large landscape management, way beyond obvious applications to do with fire and fuels. From mapping arbuscular fungi to modeling scary cryptic zooid habitat, from tracking grizzly bears to protecting butterflies, from developing full-scale state forest assessments to looking at climate disturbance, LANDFIRE covers a lot of territory. In this presentation Randy Swaty will tour some of the most used LANDFIRE datasets, share ideas for use in your work…See More
Sep 2, 2016
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"Did you miss our webinar on climate, wildfire, and erosion? View it here.https://youtu.be/NIYqFzla5zM"
Sep 2, 2016
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Aug 11, 2016
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Climate variability and fire effects on quaking aspen in the central Rocky Mountains, USA at https://extension.zoom.us/j/762673767

July 13, 2016 from 12pm to 1pm
Currently, our understanding of how climate and fire have impacted quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) communities prior to the 20th century is fairly limited. However, by using a paleoecological approach using pollen and charcoal preserved in lake sediments, this study was able to investigate how changes in both climate and fire regimes influenced a quaking aspen stand from the Medicine Bow Range located in southeastern Wyoming.See More
Jul 5, 2016

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Verticillium Wilt

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health Jul 9. 0 Replies

Verticillium Wilt - https://mailchi.mp/unl.edu/nebraskas-forest-health-report-july-2019 Symptoms of Verticillium wilt are now becoming apparent in infected trees in…Continue

Silvopasture in Wisconsin: Goals, Challenges, and other Fodder for Thought

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Agroforestry May 9. 0 Replies

Silvopasture in Wisconsin: Goals, Challenges, and other Fodder for ThoughtWednesday, May 29, 2019 at 11:00am (CDT)Diane MayerfeldSustainable Agriculture Coordinator, UW-Extension, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS) -…Continue

Small acreage logging project

Started by WJ Rodenhouse in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Lew Ward Apr 22. 1 Reply

A friend asked me what types of protections he should include in agreement with logger when having his 10 acre forest logged. I thought maybe some of you could provide insight. Logger stated Workman's comp wasn't needed in a family business.Thanks!Continue

Western Larch Question

Started by Alex Harmon in Wildlife Management. Last reply by Pamela Dallaire Mar 30. 2 Replies

Would a Western Larch (tree) NOT lose its needles during fall and winter if it was kept indoors? / what causes it to lose its needles(temperature change, change in length of days)? IF YOU KNOW THE ANSWER PLEASE REPLY!!!!!! NOT KNOWING IS KILLING ME!!Continue

How tree diversity affects invasive forest pests

Started by Brett Chedzoy in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Brett Chedzoy Mar 27. 1 Reply

A long-standing tenet in forestry is that healthier and more diverse woods are typically more resilient to stress factors and pest.  This holds true in most cases, but there are the notable exceptions like EAB.This article from the "Morning Ag…Continue

480a disqualification after EAB

Started by Bill Pontius in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Bill Pontius Mar 17. 4 Replies

Here's a hypothetical question (hopefully). If an ash stand no longer has sufficient density to qualify for the 480a program following ash borer invasion, and if that stand is necessary for having more than 50 acres for the program, what happens?…Continue

Renewable Jet Fuel from Woody Biomass

Started by Brett Chedzoy in Woodlot Management Feb 27. 0 Replies

The carbon footprint of air travel is currently being scrutinized in the news.  Here's a renewable energy angle that probably won't be covered in the mainstream media: …Continue

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