The 2023 Forestry and Wildlife Research and Practice Review will be held in-person at the Cloquet Forestry Center with a Zoom option available for those who need it.
The purpose of the Research and Practice Review is to present new applied research relevant to regional natural resource managers, with a focus on silviculture, forest management, and forest-associated wildlife. This focus includes research related to policy, economics, inventory, remote sensing, and other topics pertaining to forests and associated natural resources.
Prospective presenters: Fill out our proposal form to submit your work for a talk, poster, or both. The due date for proposals is 11:59 pm on Sunday, November 20th.
Agenda: Check back after December 2nd for a full agenda. Lunch will be provided and is included as part of the registration.
Cost: SFEC members: $75, nonmembers $140, students $40. Registration cost is the same for in-person and remote attendance. All registrants will have access to recordings and other content.