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Woods & Wildlife Field Day

Out of an abundance of caution due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Woods & Wildlife Field Day is going virtual this year. The event will be held online instead of on-site. Video presentations and educational content will be delivered via Zoom and also posted here beginning 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2020.

Theme: Managing the Forest Landscape

IMPORTANT: Society of American Forester CFEs are under consideration for this event. Registrants desiring CFEs will need to attend the Zoom session for which a link will be provided after registering for the event below.

  • Kevin Hoyt – “Welcome to the Woods and Wildlife Field Day!

  • Max Street presenter – “Introducing Shortleaf Pine to Restore Pine-Oak Forests in the Cumberland Mountains

  • Ed Yost presenter – “Fire intensity, frequency, and season of burning affects red maple seedling survival in an experimental plantation

  • Martin Schubert presenter – “Cherrybark Oak Growth Response to Changes in Competitive Neighborhoods

  • Trish Johnson presenter – “The Nature Conservancy and University of TN Institute of Agriculture Working Woodlands Partnership and Emerging Forest Carbon Opportunities for Small Private Landowners

  • View presentations directly below, or follow this link to view YouTube Playlist

Register now for this event!



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