Registration is open! Three online sessions over a two-week period in October focused on defining, understanding, and implementing assisted migration in the face of a changing climate. Visit the event page for more details and registration.
Mike Dockry will give a detailed description of the College of Menominee Nation’s sustainability model, give examples of how it can be used in a forestry context, and provide participants the opportunity to apply it to their own situations. October webinar details and registration.
As we talk about how much is enough, how do we know what we know about the status of wildlife or their habitat? In other words, how should we gather data to tell us whether we’re meeting our goals or what those goals should be? Join us December 8-10, 2020 to find out. Visit the event page for details.
Clare Boerigter weaves a compelling narrative about the unique ecology, history and cultural significance of a 44-acre stand of 200+ year-old red pines on the CFC. Explore Camp 8: The Story of the Cloquet Forestry Center’s Old-Growth Red Pines.