Adaptive Silviculture in the Driftless Area
Experience and learn about climate adaptation in the Driftless region through tours of silvicultural treatments in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Collaborators: Sustainable Forests Education Cooperative and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science. Northern Eagle Center, Wabasha, MN.
When: Fri April 26 09:00 - 05:00
Woodland Plant Identification and Sampling
Learn how to identify and sample Wisconsin's early woodland species. Instructor: Sophie Demchik, associate instructor at UW Stevens Point. Central Wisconsin Environmental Station, Amherst Junction, WI.
When: Fri May 17 09:00 - 04:00
Timber Marking for Wildlife Habitat: White-tailed Deer
At this workshop, you'll gain a better understanding of how forest harvesting can be used to improve white-tailed habitat by partaking in site tours, discussions, and field activities. Experience how timber management can be used to improve wildlife habitat while joining Mike Demchik, Ph,D., Scott Hygnstrom, Ph,D., and Matt Esser, WI-DNR Deer Biologist, on a guided tour of Bradley Creek and Minister Lake demonstration sites.
When: Fri June 7 09:30 - 02:30
The 2019 Great Lakes SAF Leadership Conference
The 2019 Great Lakes SAF Leadership Conference will be held in Appleton, WI on the Fox Valley Technical College campus on June 9, 10 and 11. This conference has been planned by SAF members from Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin SAF.
When: Sun June 9 09:00 - Tue June 11 05:00
Where: Fox Valley Tech, Appleton, WI
Wetland Plant Identification and Sampling
Learn how to identify the common wetland, and some aquatic, plants of the Upper Midwest. This class is part of the Plant Identification Workshop Series. Stephanie Lyon, PhD. and Paul Skawinski will review plant anatomy in relation to dichotomous keys as well as proper field sampling techniques.
When: Thu June 13 09:00 - Fri June 14 04:00
Prairie Plant Identification and Sampling
This class is part of the Plant Identification Workshop Series. Learn how to identify and sample the common prairie plants of the Midwest. This workshop is designed to provide the advanced skills and experience necessary to ptoperly identify and sample prairie plants. CEH's available.
When: Thu July 25 09:00 - Fri July 26 04:00