Managing pitch pine under
the threat of southern pine beetle

Thurs, Apr 28  |  Workshop

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Workshop registration is now closed. Please email NAFSEhelp@gmail.com to

access workshop resources and connect with the SPB-focused community.

About the Event

SYNOPSIS

This three-hour virtual workshop is designed to make practical plans and establish a community of practice around pitch pine barren management in light of southern pine beetle (SPB). Participants will use resources for developing management plans for at-risk pitch pine stands across the northeastern U.S. and share information about applications of thinning and prescribed fire.

A follow-up workshop on May 12 will enable participants to “woodshed” their individual management plans.

WORKSHOP DETAILS

  • There is no fee for participation.

  • View the most up-to-date agenda, which includes the following sessions:​

    • Current state of the problem

    • Needs and challenges to future action

    • Resources and examples

    • Wrap-up and looking ahead

  • All registrants will be asked to review pre-workshop background materials before the workshop begins. We will send out all materials at least one month in advance.

  • Registration closes on April 27 at 4:00 PM.

  • Information on the follow-up workshop on May 12, including the meeting link, will be shared with registrants after the April workshop.

  • Approved for 2.5 Category 1 CEUs by the Society of American Foresters.

Please contact us with any questions at NAFSEhelp@gmail.com.

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