FSL/PSU FALL Forest Ecology and Management Seminar Series!
This ongoing seminar series is a joint collaboration between PSU and the PNW Research Station's Portland lab. The overall goal is to connect the diverse community working on forest-related issues in Portland and nearby areas. Seminars this Fall are Tuesday from 3-4pm in room 204 of the Urban Center on the PSU campus. Note that this is a different and far less cavernous space than last year’s lecture hall. Happy Hour typically follows at the Nel Centro patio, located at 1408 SW 6th Ave (SW 6th and Jefferson). You can attend in person on campus, watch live using PSU's internet streaming technology, or watch later from a link to an electronic file. Live Stream Links will become active immediately before the seminar begins. The live stream links will be added, as available.
A variety of speakers around the topic of collaborative forest management. Luckily we only had one seminar affected by the furlough. Jodi Leingang had to cancel her talk about the Tapash CFLRP, which is a major bummer. However the show must go on whilst we seek an alternate. Two talks already happened during the furlough, but recordings are available.
Behold the list of speakers:
October 8, 2013: Jeremy Spoon, PSU: Collaborative Resource Stewardship on Federal Lands: Creating Pathways for Indigenous Peoples and Protected Area Exchanges [Recording Now Available]
October 15, 2013: Matthew Duveneck, PSU: Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Declining Resistance and Resilience in the Northern Great Lakes Region [Recording Now Available]
October 22, 2013: Max Neilsen-Pincus, PSU: The McKenzie River payment for watershed services program: A discussion of research findings on ratepayers, landowners, and local stakeholders Cancelled
October 29, 2013: Jean Daniels(!) and Nathan Poage: Stewardship Contracting on the Mt. Hood National Forest
November 5, 2013: TBA
November 12, 2013: Kathleen Wolf, UW: Urban Forestry Collaborations
November 19, 2013: Klaus Puettmann, OSU: TBA
December 3, 2013: Megan Cruetzburg: Collaborating with Managers at Panther Creek