Lunch Seminar "Forest Restoration and Biomass Utilization as a Partnership in the Pacific Northwest"
by John Bailey, Oregon State University, Department of Forest Engineering, Resources & Management. </p>
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There is increasing interest in forest restoration throughout the United States' Inland Northwest given concerns over forest health, fire risk and climate change. However, markets for dimensional lumber have remained relatively low given global ecomonic conditions that limit management activities in the forest in many areas. Utilizational of small diameter material for biomass holds excellent promise for assisting landowners, including state and federal governments, in treating their forests. We are exploring the issues in ecological, social and economic dimensions across multiple scales to assist new policy formulation relative to land management and wildland fire.
2013-03-18 11:30 - 13:00
MVM 60 Soil, Water and Environment Building Organiser:
FoSW Last signup date:
13 March 2013
Register for lunch (free of charge) by e-mail to Pia Edfeldt no later than 13th of March. Please inform if you wish vegetarian food or have any food allergies/restrictions. Lunch is served at 11.30 and the seminar starts at 12.00.
Evgheni Ermolaev, Charlotta Tiberg and Ana Villa