Registration is open! Join us for one, two, or all three sessions of our new Woods Work series! Each session focuses on a specific tool relevant to natural resource professionals. Visit the event page for more 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 and registration.
During this webinar, Grant Domke will discuss how FIA and remotely sensed data are being used to estimate forest carbon for greehouse gas reporting. December webinar 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.