July 2015 webinar: Forest Dead Wood and Decay: Implications for forest & wildlife managers

Tuesday July 21, 2015, noon – 1:00 p.m.

The amount and quality of forest dead wood is important for providing forest structure, sustaining wildlife habitat, and maintaining biodiversity. This webinar will synthesize recent research on dead wood characteristics (e.g., standing dead trees and downed woody debris) and dynamics for this important forest attribute and discuss implications within a management context.
Dead Wood

Speaker:  Matt Russell, University of Minnesota Department of Forest Resources and Extension

CE credits: SAF (1.0, Cat. 1), MN Forest Stewardship (1.0), ISA (details)

Registration: Register here to watch online or attend one of five broadcast site locations for free throughout Minnesota.

Watch the webinar below:

[Note: audio is poor due to a recording error; we hope to resolve the issue before the next webinar. In the meantime, please let us know in the comments if you have any questions about the presentation.]

httpv://youtu.be/aEGhE_lkwuQ

Emily Dombeck
Emily is the UMN Extension Forestry Program Coordinator.

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  1. I hope that this discusses the implications of repeated woody biomass harvests on Minnesota woodlands.