Join us April 6, 7 and 8 while we explore the broader ecological, cultural, and social importance and impacts of fire in boreal systems, through both the historical and current lenses. See event page for details and registration.
During three days in April we will examine Professional Codes of Conduct, explore case studies, and develop critical thinking skills. Learn more and register here.
We are offering another Woods Work Session! The Natural Resource Atlas offers access to almost 400 data layers for mapping. No data downloads or software required. Visit the event page for details and registration.
Monika Chandler will discuss how biological control agents are developed including host-specificity testing to reduce the risk of damage to non-target plants. Visit the event page for details and registration.
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.