Maine Forest Climate Change Webinar Series

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Science and Practice: Addressing Forest Climate Change in Maine
An Interactive Webinar Series for Stakeholders and the Interested Public

12-1pm First Wednesday of each month, Registration Required

The Forest Climate Change Initiative and Forest Stewards Guild invite you to join us each month as a panel of researchers, scientists, and stakeholders tackle issues of climate change and how it is influencing Maine’s forests and forest economy. Topics will include impacts on forest health, recreational use, forest management, biodiversity and pests, as well as the role of carbon and greenhouse gases. The series will run on the first Wednesday of each month, starting in October, from 12-1pm. Each hour-long session will include an informal presentation, followed by panel discussion and Q&A.

Although Maine’s forest is relatively unique, these webinar topics are open discussions aimed at an audience in or outside of Maine. We believe these issues and challenges that need addressing are similar to other regions. Better understanding and articulating commonality as well as differences will be important for testing effective solutions, particularly when drafting potential policies.

Registration is required–please use the following link:

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Have a question related to one of the topics that you would like the panelists to address? Submit your questions in advance to: crsf@maine.edu

Visit our FAQ page to see if your concern has already been addressed.

Click on the MTG PAGE links below for recordings of previously held webinars as well as links relevant to the topic.

Date  (all 12-1pm) Focus Panelists
FALL/WINTER SERIES

October 7, 2020

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Forest Operations, with Virtual Field Tour (30 min video can be viewed anytime), and Best Management Practices Keith Kanoti, University Forests Manager, and Amanda Mahaffey, Northeast Region Director, Forest Stewards Guild.
Approved by SAF for Category 1 CFE.
November 4, 2020 Carbon Budget, Management, and Credits Adam Daigneault, Assistant Professor of Forest, Conservation, & Recreation Policy and Dan Hayes, Associate Professor of Geospatial Analysis and Remote Sensing
December 2, 2020 Warming/Changing Winters Sarah Nelson, Conservation Research Director, Appalachian Mountain Club, and Jay Wason, Assistant Professor of Forest Ecosystem Physiology
January 6, 2021 Forest Biodiversity and Species Shifts Erin Simons-Legaard, Assistant Research Professor in Forest Landscape Modeling
WINTER/SPRING SERIES
February 3, 2021 Forest Vulnerability Assessment Alyssa Soucy, PhD candidate, and Sandra De Urioste-Stone, Associate Professor of Nature-based Tourism
March 4, 2021 Forest Health: Northern Forests and Pests Bill Livingston, Associate Professor of Forest Resources and Allison Kanoti, Forest Entomologist, Maine Forest Service
April 6, 2021 Schoodic Peninsula Virtual Field Tour: Coastal Trees and Regeneration Nick Fisichelli, President and CEO, Schoodic Institute, and Peter Nelson, Schoodic Institute Forestry Ecology Director
May 4, 2021 Converging Policy and Practice: Carbon/Climate/New Directions Ivan Fernandez, Distinguished Maine Professor, Climate Change Institute & School of Forest Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Science and Practice: Addressing Forest Climate Change in Maine webinar series is sponsored by the Center for Research on Sustainable Forests. If you need a reasonable accommodation to attend these webinars, please contact Meg Fergusson at 207.581.3794 or e-mail crsf@maine.edu at least a week prior to scheduled webinar. If requests are received after this date, we may not have sufficient time to make the necessary arrangements.