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Science You Can Use Webinar Series

May 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers segment. Webinars will be hosted on Zoom. Continuing credits for the Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society will be available.

Register here: https://usfs.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItceuhrDIsGf9G9EI8ZoMrXCPb-eG4Zuc#/registration

Webinar Schedule

February 14 – Wildfire and resilient landscapes: New tools for detailed analyses, John Hogland

February 21 – Streams, springs, and ferns! Assessing riparian and groundwater-dependent ecosystems for forest plan revision, Katey Driscoll and Max Smith

February 28 – Pinyon-juniper treatments optimized: With considerations for sagebrush conservation, pinyon jays, and songbirds, Jason Reinhardt

March 6 – Biochar production, benefits, and barriers in forested lands, Derek Pierson

March 13 – Prescribed fire and wilderness: Barriers and opportunities in a time of change, Sean Parks

March 20 – The effects of timber harvest on grizzly bear habitat use and diet, Tavis Forrester and Day Tyers

March 27 – TreeMap is a tree-level model of U.S. forests. New data delivery and visualization improvements make it easier to use, Karin Riley and a representative from GTAC