13th Annual Sustainable Forestry Conference

 Forestry:

Now & Into The Future

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  You may still register by mail.  Deadline to receive mail registrations is Friday, 4/14/2017.

Online Registration – http://www.lumberjackrcd.org/sustainable-forestry-conference.html

Sustainable Forestry Conferences

YEAR
BROCHURE
POWER POINT PROGRAMS
2005 Overview of Forest Industry Trends & Local Impacts
The Road to Forest Sustainability
Community Economic Action Programs
Criteria & Indicators from a County Level
2006 Wood Products Industry Clusters
2007 Assessing Forestry Industry Cluster in Florence County
2008 Wood-Heated School
Bioenergy Project Siting
Pine River Hardwoods
NCTC Wood Technology Education
Woodlinks Education
WI Woody Biomass Opportunities
NWTC Sustainable Education
Bioenergy Feasibility Analysis
2009 Biomass Combustion Opportunities Through Focus on Energy
New Sawmill Case Study
Feedstock Supply Chain and Centers of Energy Excellence Update
Take Sustainability Out of the Woods
North American and Global Forest Market Trends
Energy Biomass and Other Abstract Ideas
2009 Survey Summary
2010 2010 SF Brochure Carbon Credits & Carbon Markets
Wood Energy Crops
Logger Survival: More then Trees to Cut
Forest Health
Timber Availability Update
Emerging Biomass/Value-Added Facilities
2010 Survey Results – Loggers & Truckers
2010 Survey Results – Businesses
2011 2011 SF BROCHURE  Legislative Survey Results – Wendy Gehlhoff
Timber Harvest Trends: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest – Paul Strong
WI Statewide Forest Assessment & Strategy – Rebecca Gass
MI Forest Resource Assessment and Strategy – David Price
WI Forest Industry – Terry Mace
Working Forest Easements – Tina Hall
2013 2013 SF Brochure Young Forest Initiative
Rail Transit Update
Rail Transit Market Study
Medical Facility Biomass
FSC and SFI
Forests and Tourism
Forest Tree Pests
2014 2014 SF BROCHURE Why use Wood
Forestry and Wildlife
Biomaterials_Opportunities and Challenges
2015 2015 SF BROCHURE Boyd – Tools to Increase Restoration Activities on the National Forest
Cook – Riparian Zones To Manage or Not
Dallman – Northeast Wisconsin Forest Improvement Collaborative
Keith – Lyme Disease and Co-Infections
Lyon Buntrock – Forest Products Utilization and Marketing-Industry Updates Sawmill Trends
O’Neil – MI Forest Advisory Councils
Peterson – SRI Master Stewardship Agreement Project-Region 9
Schienebeck Severt-WI Council on Forestry
Sichmeller – Northern Long-eared Bats
Tallier – Restore Forest Service Property Lines
2016 2016 SF Brochure Forest Industry Update – Scott Bowe

2016 Threatened and Endangered Species Update – Drew Feldkirchner 

MI & WI White Nose Syndome & Northern Long Eared Bat – Bill Scullon

Forest Health Update – Linda Williams

Forest Health Update – Bob Heyd

Cooperative Activities and Opportunities on the National Forest – Tory Hahka
Sustainable Forestry in Wisconsin – Curt Wilson
EyesOnTheForest – Bill Cook & Mike Schira
2017 SF BROCH 2017