2018 Workshop: Timber Sale Design from a Wildlife Habitat Perspective
A well planned timber harvest can improve wildlife habitat. But not all harvests are created equal. With both classroom and field activities, we will review the basic needs of wildlife species, then look at timber sale design through the eyes of a wildlife manager. The workshops will focus on practical and operational issues. Registration is open to natural resource managers and logging contractors (who should register through MLEP). Instructors include both wildlife managers and foresters and the workshops are designed for an open exchange on the tradeoffs that go into planning and implementing a timber sale.
The workshops are offered by SFEC and the Minnesota Logger Education Program. We are grateful for the contributions of staff from the Minnesota DNR Divisions of Fish & Wildlife and Forestry as well as other organizations, public and private.
Upcoming in this series:
Timber Sale Design from a Wildlife Habitat Perspective: Focus on Mesic Hardwood Forest Systems
Date: Tuesday September 25, 2018
Location: Deer River, MN area. Facility TBD.
Time: Check in opens 8:00am, workshop will run 8:30am-4:00pm. Lunch will be provided
Cost: $75 SFEC members, $40 students, $140 others; after September 17, 2018 prices increase to $82.50 SFEC members, $44 students, $154 others
Previously in this series:
Timber Sale Design from a Wildlife Habitat Perspective: Focus on Fire Dependent Forest Systems
Date: Tuesday June 12, 2018
Location: Cloquet Forestry Center Stine Room, Cloquet, MN
CEUs: This workshop has been approved for 5.5 CAT1 SAF CFE
Workshop flyer (PDF)