A webinar from the University of Minnesota Extension and Sustainable Forests Education Cooperative.
Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 from noon-1:00pm
With the evidence of a changing climate increasingly visible around us, one of the most common questions that we receive from both landowners and foresters is “what species should I plant?” In this presentation, a panel will discuss different approaches to answering this question. We’ll begin with a review of expected tree species range shifts in the Lakes States, then move on to different perspectives on the costs and benefits of assisted migration, which is the intentional movement of species in anticipation of changing future conditions. The discussion will be of greatest value to landowners and land managers.
Speaker: Panel hosted by Eli Sagor, UMN Extension
CE credits: SAF (1, Cat.1), MN Forest Stewardship, ISA (details).
Register here to: Watch from your computer or attend a broadcast site.
We hope to see you online. If you can’t make it, here’s a link to more upcoming webinars from UMN Extension and the Sustainable Forests Education Co-operative.