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  • 2016 SAF National Convention Technical Sessions

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    Watch recorded technical sessions from the 2016 SAF National Convention, Madison, WI. This collection contains more than 70 presentations and over 30 hours of recorded content.

    This technical session package from the 2016 SAF National Convention, in Madison, WI, contains more than 70 presentations and over 30 hours of recorded content.

    Access

    1. Click REGISTER and log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. For SAF Members, the recorded presentations are $0. Registration is still required. Professional membership is only $115!

    3. After checking out, the recordings will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd.

    Presentations

    Presentations are viewable and searchable within six focus areas. Use the Quick or Advanced Search to quickly seek out the presentations that are most relevant to your practice of forestry or anything else that peaks your interest. Each section is outlined below with the respective quantity of presentations available to view.

    Education & Communication (8)

    Insect, Disease, Fire (7)

                    Entomology & Pathology (2)

                    Fire & Fuels Management (5)

    Forest Policy (4)

    Forestry Systems: Agroforestry, Private Forestry, and Urban & Community Forestry (16)

                    Agroforestry (1)

                    Private Forestry/Family Forest Owners (11)

                    Urban & Community Forestry (4)

    Harvesting & Utilization (17)

                    Biomass, Bioenergy, and Carbon (4)

                    Economics (7)

                    Harvesting & Utilization (4)

                    Technology (2)

    Silviculture: Forest Ecology and Data Informing Decisions (23)

                    Boots on the Ground Guidelines (4)

                    Eastern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (4)

                    Northern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (3)

                    Northwestern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (2)

                    Southern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (5)

                    Western Silviculture & Forest Ecology (5)

    CFEs

    CFEs are not available for viewing this collection of recorded presentations. Be sure to register for the current year’s convention to earn CFEs, build your skills, and expand your professional network connections.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, or email cf@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • 2017 SAF National Convention Technical Sessions

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    Watch recorded technical sessions from the 2017 SAF National Convention, Albuquerque, NM. This collection contains more than 50 presentations and over 25 hours of recorded content.

    This technical session package from the 2017 SAF National Convention, in Albuquerque, NM, contains more than 50 presentations and over 25 hours of recorded content.

    Access

    1. Click REGISTER and log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. For SAF Members, the recorded presentations are $0. Registration is still required. Professional membership is only $115!

    3. After checking out, the recordings will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd or accessible from the ForestEd registration confirmation email.

    Presentations

    Presentations are viewable and searchable within six focus areas. Use the Quick or Advanced Search to quickly seek out the presentations that are most relevant to your practice of forestry or anything else that peaks your interest. Each section is outlined below with the respective quantity of presentations available to view.

    Education & Communication (3)

    Forest Policy (6)

    Forestry Systems: Agroforestry, Private Forestry, and Urban & Community Forestry (4)

                    Agroforestry (2)

                    Private Forestry/Family Forest Owners (1)

                    Urban & Community Forestry (1)

    Harvesting & Utilization (13)

                    Biomass, Bioenergy, and Carbon (3)

                    Economics (3)

                    Harvesting & Utilization (2)

                    Technology (5)

    Insect, Disease, Fire (8)

                    Entomology & Pathology (3)

                    Fire & Fuels Management (5)

    Silviculture: Forest Ecology and Data Informing Decisions (18)

                    Boots on the Ground: Data, Guidelines, and Experiences (3)

                    Eastern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (1)

                    Northern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (3)

                    Northwestern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (1)

                    Southern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (6)

                    Western Silviculture & Forest Ecology (2)

                    Water & Watersheds (2)

    CFEs

    CFEs are not available for viewing this collection of recorded presentations. Be sure to register for the current year’s convention to earn CFEs, build your skills, and expand your professional network connections.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, or email cf@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • 2018 SAF National Convention Technical Sessions

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    Watch recorded technical sessions from the 2018 SAF National Convention, Portland, OR. This collection contains 45 presentations and over 15 hours of recorded content.

    This technical session package from the 2018 SAF National Convention, in Portland, OR, contains 45 presentations and over 15 hours of recorded content.

    Access

    1. Click REGISTER and log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. For SAF Members, the recorded presentations are $0. Registration is still required. Professional membership is only $115!

    3. After checking out, the recordings will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd.

    Presentations

    Presentations are viewable and searchable within six focus areas. Use the Quick or Advanced Search to quickly seek out the presentations that are most relevant to your practice of forestry or anything else that peaks your interest. Each section is outlined below with the respective quantity of presentations available to view.

    Education & Communication (3)

    Insect, Disease, Fire (12)

                    Entomology & Pathology (6)

                    Fire & Fuels Management (6)

    Forest Policy (6)

    Forestry Systems: Agroforestry, Private Forestry, and Urban & Community Forestry (2)

                    Agroforestry (1)

                    Private Forestry/Family Forest Owners (1)

                    Urban & Community Forestry (0)

    Harvesting & Utilization (6)

                    Biomass, Bioenergy, and Carbon (1)

                    Economics (2)

                    Harvesting & Utilization (2)

                    Technology (1)

    Silviculture: Forest Ecology and Data Informing Decisions (16)

                    Boots on the Ground Guidelines (4)

                    Eastern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (0)

                    Northern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (3)

                    Northwestern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (2)

                    Southern Silviculture & Forest Ecology (3)

                    Western Silviculture & Forest Ecology (3)

    CFEs

    CFEs are not available for viewing this collection of recorded presentations. Be sure to register for the current year’s convention to earn CFEs, build your skills, and expand your professional network connections.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, or email cf@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • An Overview of NAIP Derived Point Clouds for Forest Monitoring

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Earn CFEs from this webinar hosted by the SAF Inventory and Biometrics (A1) Working Group

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    Webinar information

    This presentation addresses sampling efficiency with auxiliary NAIP CSMs, forest yield modeling performance relative to lidar and frame-based imagery (pushbroom and frame-based imagery perform differently), and provides visual comparison with equivalent lidar for multiple states.The USDA National Agricultural Imagery Program (NAIP) collects nationwide imagery approximately every two years using airborne pushbroom sensors. Photogrammetric software is used to generate canopy surface models (CSMs) from NAIP imagery, which enables nationwide forest height mapping every two years! The NAIP derived canopy surface data in some ways resemble lidar data products, but they do not contain information from within and below the upper canopy. NAIP-derived canopy surface models are low-cost (less than $0.01 / acre), frequent, and nationwide (conterminous USA), which makes them conducive to broad-scale measurement and monitoring of forest conditions. The VMaRS team from the USFS PNW Research Station has been exploring the potential of NAIP DSMs for the last few years. This webinar is brought to you by SAF's Inventory and Biometrics (A1) Working Group. 

    Working groups are another way to receive, contribute, and add value to your SAF membership. LEARN MORE about SAF Working Groups or join the A1 Working Group. JOIN SAF to engage in a working group and tap the growing membership benefits.

    Is this webinar for you?

    This webinar is intended for foresters and natural resource professionals, and anyone seeking to learn more about the application of NAIP derived point clouds for forest monitoring.

    Open registration

    Registration is open. Select the button in the right hand corner that is labelled "Register."

    Webinar access 

    The webinar is scheduled for live viewing on September 15, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET. The Zoom Webinar platform will be used for the presentation. Be sure to connect to the webinar using a device approved to access Zoom.

    This webinar will be archived for future viewing through September 15, 2021 at 11:55 pm ET unless notified otherwise. 

    Webinar duration

    This webinar is 1 hour.

    Learning objectives

    Upon successful completion of this short course, you will be able to:

    1. Describe NAIP Pushbroom DAP technology.

    2. Explain how DAP contributes to forest inventory.

    3. Compare and relate the performances of DAP, lidar, and landsat for forest inventory.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the webinar is measured by viewing the entire webinar and completing the evaluation.

    Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the working group and presenters continually improve webinars for future programming.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will earn 1.0 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

    Upon successful completion of this webinar and the evaluation, participants may download and print a certificate verifying completion of the course and earning CFEs. CFEs will be uploaded to participant CFE records by the end of the day (11:59 pm ET).

    Return to Webinar (live or archived)

    Once you are registered for the webinar, access this webinar within your MY DASHBOARD. Prior to the start time, the webinar will be listed under "Upcoming Live Events." Following the end of the webinar, the webinar will be accessible within the general listing of registered items of YOUR DASHBOARD.

    Webinar Resources

    Additional resources are available within the Resources tab and within the Contents tab.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, email cf@safnet.org, or watch the Course Tutorial within the Contents tab. For questions about this webinar, contact the A1 Working Group Chair, Jim Westfall, at james.westfall@usda.gov. For technical assistance email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

    Jacob Strunk

    USDA Forest Service

    James Westfall (Moderator)

    USDA Forest Service

  • Enhancing the precision of broad-scale forest growing stock and stock change estimates with small area estimation

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04/28/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Earn CFEs from this webinar hosted by the SAF Inventory and Biometrics (A1) Working Group

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    Webinar information

    This presentation will present results from recent research into improving the precision of forest volume and removal estimates in several southeastern states through the use of small area estimation techniques (SAE). National Forest Inventories (NFI) are designed to produce unbiased estimates of forest parameters at a variety of scales. These parameters include means and total of current forest area and volume, as well as components of change such as means and total of growth and harvest removals. Over the last several decades there has been a steadily increasing demand of estimates for smaller geographic areas or finer temporal resolutions; however, sampling intensities of many NFI and the reliance on design-based estimators often lead to inadequate precision of estimates for finer spatial or temporal scales.This webinar is brought to you by SAF's Inventory and Biometrics (A1) Working Group. 

    Working groups are another way to receive, contribute, and add value to your SAF membership. LEARN MORE about SAF Working Groups or join the A1 Working Group. JOIN SAF to engage in a working group and tap the growing membership benefits.

    Webinar cover photo credit: Phil Radtke

    Is this webinar for you?

    This webinar is intended for foresters and natural resource professionals, and anyone seeking to learn more about the estimates of forest parameters for smaller geographic areas or finer temporal resolutions.

    Open registration

    Registration is open. Select the button in the right hand corner that is labelled "Register."

    Pricing

    Registration is FREE ($0) for SAF members. Members still need to register to gain access to the webinar. 

    SAF Non-member price is $10. Join SAF today to access free Working Group webinars and other growing member benefits.

    Webinar access 

    The webinar is scheduled for live viewing on April 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm ET. The Zoom Webinar platform will be used for the presentation. Be sure to connect to the webinar using a device approved to access Zoom.

    This webinar will be archived for future viewing through April 28, 2022 at 11:55 pm ET unless notified otherwise. 

    Webinar duration

    This webinar is 1 hour.

    Learning objectives

    Upon successful completion of this short course, you will be able to:

    1. Explain Small Area Estimation (SAE) as it relates to the forest sampling and inventory.

    2. List some of the considerations for choosing suitable auxiliary data in SAE.

    3. Identify different types of domains relevant to SAE applications in forest sampling and inventory.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the webinar is measured by viewing the entire webinar and completing the evaluation.

    Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the working group and presenters continually improve webinars for future programming.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will earn 1.0 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

    Upon successful completion of this webinar and the evaluation, participants may download and print a certificate verifying completion of the course and earning CFEs. CFEs will be uploaded to participant CFE records by the end of the day (11:59 pm ET).

    Return to Webinar (live or archived)

    Once you are registered for the webinar, access this webinar within your MY DASHBOARD. Prior to the start time, the webinar will be listed under "Upcoming Live Events." Following the end of the webinar, the webinar will be accessible within the general listing of registered items of YOUR DASHBOARD.

    Webinar Resources

    Additional resources are available within the Resources tab and within the Contents tab.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, email cf@safnet.org, or check out the registration quick tips in the Handouts tab. For questions about this working group, contact the A1 Working Group Chair, Jim Westfall, at james.westfall@usda.gov. For technical assistance and questions about this webinar, email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

    Philip Radtke

    Associate Professor, Forest Biometrics

    Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech

    In addition to teaching forest measurements and biometrics to both undergrad and graduate students at Virginia Tech, my research interests involve addressing problems with forest modeling and estimation solutions, mostly borrowed from fields like Applied Statistics, Computer Science, or Analytics. Recent and ongoing projects include an effort to update national scale biomass estimators for the US Forest Service FIA program, and the use of Small Area Estimation to increase precision in inventory applications where short turnaround times and cost-effectiveness are essential, such as in rapid response applications following major tropical storms in the Southern US. SAF Member since 1994.

    Patrick Green

    Assistant Professor of Forest Biometrics

    Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech

    Corey is a Georgia native who received his B.S. in statistics and M.S. in forest resources from the University of Georgia. Following his studies at Georgia, he served as a forest analyst for a local forestry consultant in the Athens, Georgia area. In this role he managed large forest inventory projects across the US South and provided general forestry and technical growth and yield services to clients. Following this, he earned his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech where he focused on incorporating auxiliary data in forest inventories and growth and yield modeling. Prior to his current appointment as an assistant professor of forest biometrics, he was a research associate for the Forest Modeling Research Cooperative at Virginia Tech.

    Nathaniel Osborne (Moderator)

    Manager of Forest Modeling and Biometrics Research

    Rayonier Inc.

    Nate manages the forest biometrics team at Rayonier, composed of five scientists responsible for research, development and implementation of mensuration and modeling sciences. His current research focus is primarily on modeling growth and  development of intensively managed plantation stands in the US South and Pacific Northwest US. Prior to his role at Rayonier, Nate was a biometrician with Weyerhaeuser company, reporting from their office in Centralia, Washington. Nate earned his Ph.D. in biometrics at Oregon State University, a M.Sc. in forestry from the University of Helsinki, Finland, and M.S. and B.S. degrees in forestry from North Carolina State University. In addition to management responsibilities at Rayonier, Nate also serves as adjunct faculty within the College of Forestry at Oregon State University and chair elect for the SAF A1 biometrics working group.

    Robert Froese (Moderator)

    Dakoda Marcus (Moderator)

  • Herbicides Best Practices

    Contains 23 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Earn CFEs while equipping yourself with best practices when using herbicides. Sponsored by Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI).

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    Course information

    This virtual workshop series convened seasoned foresters from industry and academia to share boots on the ground experience. Regulators, legislators, and public interest groups shared new ideas for maintaining healthy productive forest, while also maintaining great relationships with neighbors and the public. While this emphasizes herbicide best practices specific to Oregon, there is applicable information for herbicide use across the NW and beyond. Parallels can be identified, insights drawn, and lessons learned can inform and improve forest herbicide practices.

    These interactive presentations were originally captured in 2016. Original programming was supported by Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Oregonians for Food & Shelter, Western Forestry and Conservation Association, and Emerging Tech Accelerator.

    This virtual workshop series breaks down herbicide best practices into 3 key phases: assessing why we spray, pre-operations planning, and executing herbicide application. Additionally, you will learn about best practices to help minimize adverse effects to neighbors.

    Section 1: Why We Spray - This section will discuss why we spray, examine a variety of situational scenarios and application techniques, which plants to control, and ground water issues to consider.

                   Four (4) presentations ranging from 24 - 44 minutes each

    Section 2: Pre-operations Planning - This section will cover working with spray contractors including training, pre-flight checklists, shared responsibilities, and compliance.

                   Two (2) presentations ranging from 50 - 64 minutes each

    Section 3: Managing the Day of the Event - This section reviews final pre-operation plans, detailed spray day project plans, post-operations protocols, and crisis management and regulatory concerns.

                    Three (3) presentations ranging from 29 - 50 minutes each

    Section 4: Being a Good Neighbor - This section examines what protocols should be in place to minimize adverse effects to those neighboring your spray site.

                    Four (4) presentations ranging from 17 - 40 minutes each

    Is this virtual workshop for you?

    This virtual workshop is for you if you work with regulating herbicide applications, and/or explain to diverse audiences why herbicide is applied to forests and the best practices to apply herbicide safely and effectively.

    Open registration

    Registration is rolling enrollment starting June 25, 2020.

    Start date

    Get started immediately! The virtual workshop content is accessible.

    Access 

    Virtual workshop access will remain open through June 30, 2021 at 11:55 pm ET unless notified otherwise. You have unlimited viewings during the open access period of this virtual workshop.

    Pace

    This virtual workshop is self-paced with an expected completion time frame between seven(7) and eight(8) hours. Each session is a 1.5-2 hour learning experience.This workshop must be completed in sequence and viewed in entirety to progress to the next component (presentation, activity, or session). Once you complete a component, you can return to any of the previous components. 

    Learning Objectives

    Upon successful completion of this virtual workshop series, you will be able to:

    1. Describe the significance of spraying herbicides to diverse audiences.

    2. Identify application techniques and herbicide types that are most appropriate for a specific project area with consideration of assessed ground water issues.

    3. Locate and specify applicable current laws and regulations to ensure herbicide application compliance.

    4. Outline the pre-operations plan and responsibilities T-minus 12 weeks as appropriate for contractors, aviation support, ground support, and other crucial partners and players.

    5. Compare the go/no-go for aerial and ground-based projects.

    6. Verify implementation protocol systems in place for safety, regulatory compliance, and accountability.

    7. Describe protocols to be a good neighbor.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the virtual workshop is measured by completing each component and passing each section's quiz. Each quiz has 5 questions. Passing score for each quiz is 80%.   

    Course Evaluation

    Your feedback is appreciated to help the workshop curators and subject matter experts continually improve for future participants and future virtual workshop series.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this workshop, you will earn 7.5 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

    Upon successful completion of this workshop and course evaluation, participants may download and print a certificate verifying completion of the course and earning CFEs. Upon successful completion, CFEs will be uploaded to participant CFE records by the end of the day (11:59 pm ET).

    Get Started or Return to Place

    Once you are registered for the workshop, access it within your MY DASHBOARD. You can pause at any point and you can return right where you last left off. Simply select the presentation you were last viewing or select the next presentation, activity, or resource as available. Availability is denoted by the yellow box with the white star or the brown box with the white arrow. Completed components are marked by a green box with a white check mark.

    Resources

    Additional resources are available within the Resources tab and within the Contents tab sections.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, or email cf@safnet.org. For questions about this virtual workshop email cloughesy@ofri.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    Refund

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • Journal of Forestry Quiz - January 2021

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Read the collection of articles in this issue, take a quiz, earn CFEs, and get a certificate! Test your knowledge on 5 of the published articles spanning entomology, silviculture, and social sciences.

    Read the Journal of Forestry January 2021 issue and complete the 10-question quiz. Earn 4.5 Category 1 CFEs when you pass the quiz with a score of at least 70%. 

    ACCESS 

    1. Click REGISTER. Be sure to log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. After checking out, the quiz will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd. The online quiz is accessible within the Contents Tab. 

    3. Access to CFEs for this quiz and access to this quiz online is for 12 months following its availability date.

    4. For SAF Members, the articles are $0. Professional membership is only $115!


    View the Journal of Forestry January 2021 articles Online - Member Access (free) / Non-Member Access (additional fees)

    "They're Constantly Cycling Through." Lessons about Turnover and Collaborative Forest Planning
    K.J. Coleman, W.H. Butler, M.J. Stern, and S.L. Beck

    The "Strings Attached" to Community Difference and Potential Pathways to Fire Adaptiveness in the Wildland Urban Interface
    M.C. Billings, M.S. Carroll, and T.B. Paveglio

    Estimated Impacts of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) On Texas, USA Ash Timber Supply
    C. VanderSchaaf, E. McConnell, and S.M. Tanger

    One Size Does Not Fit All: Relationships Between Size of Family Forest Holdings and Owner Attitudes and Behaviors
    B.J. Butler, J. Caputo, A.L. Robillard, E.M. Sass, and C. Sutherland

    A 50-year Retrospective of the Forest Productivity Cooperative in the Southeastern US: Regionwide Trials
    D. Carter, H.L. Allen, T.R. Fox, T.J. Albaugh, R.A. Rubilar, O.C. Campoe, and R.L. Cook


    OPTIONAL Downloadable quiz is available online - Member Access (free download) / Non-Member Access (additional fee).

    Either register for and complete the quiz online here at ForestEd for instant results, or submit the completed downloaded quiz and payment to SAF.

    CFEs 

    Earned CFEs will be added to your record at the end of the day after you pass the quiz. CFEs are available for this item once.

    RETAKE QUIZ

    If you are seeking to retake the quiz for improved results and to earn CFEs, contact cf@safnet.org.

    NEED HELP?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, email cf@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    REFUNDS

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • Journal of Forestry Quiz - July 2020

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Read the collection of articles in this issue, take a quiz, earn CFEs, and get a certificate! Test your knowledge on 5 of the published articles spanning economics, education & communication, fire & fuels management, policy and social sciences.

    Read the Journal of Forestry July 2020 issue and complete the 10-question quiz. Earn 4.5 Category 1 CFEs when you pass the quiz with a score of at least 70%. 

    ACCESS 

    1. Click REGISTER. Be sure to log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. After checking out, the quiz will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd. The online quiz is accessible within the Contents Tab. 

    3. Access to CFEs for this quiz and access to this quiz online is for 12 months following its availability date.

    4. For SAF Members, the articles are $0. Professional membership is only $115!


    View the Journal of Forestry July 2020 articles Online - Member Access (free) / Non-Member Access (additional fees)

    Ruminations on Economic Decision Modeling of Managing Forest Resources with a Focus on Family Forest Landowners
    J.E. Wagner

    Factors Influencing Minority and Urban Students' Interest in Natural Resources
    B. Moreno, C. Crandall, and M. Monroe

    Regulation and Practice of Forest Management Fires on Private Lands in the Southeast United States: Legal Open Burns Versus Certified Prescribed Burns
    X. Han, G.E. Frey, and C. Sun

    US Forest Service Implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act: Fast, Variable, Rarely Litigated, and Declining
    F. Fleischman, C. Struthers, G. Arnold, M. Dockry, and T. Scott

    Using Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis for Creating Effective Outreach Messages to Promote Oak Management
    B. Radler, B. Shaw, and R. Gorby


    OPTIONAL Downloadable quiz is available online - Member Access (free download) / Non-Member Access (additional fee).

    Either register for and complete the quiz online here at ForestEd for instant results, or submit the completed downloaded quiz and payment to SAF.

    CFEs 

    Earned CFEs will be added to your record at the end of the day after you pass the quiz. CFEs are available for this item once.

    RETAKE QUIZ

    If you are seeking to retake the quiz for improved results and to earn CFEs, contact cf@safnet.org.

    NEED HELP?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs, email cf@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email cf@safnet.org.

    REFUNDS

    This is a non-refundable item. Please view FAQs for additional information.

  • Journal of Forestry Quiz - March 2021

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Read the collection of articles in this issue, take a quiz, earn CFEs, and get a certificate! Test your knowledge on 5 of the published articles spanning measurement, urban & community forestry, forest threats, policy, and social sciences.

    Read the Journal of Forestry March 2021 issue and complete the 10-question quiz. Earn 3.0 Category 1 CFEs when you pass the quiz with a score of at least 70%. 

    ACCESS 

    1. Click REGISTER. Be sure to log in with your SAF account username and password.

    2. After checking out, the quiz will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd. The online quiz is accessible within the Contents Tab. 

    3. Access to CFEs for this quiz and access to this quiz online is for 12 months following its availability date.

    4. For SAF Members, the articles are $0. Professional membership is only $115!


    View the Journal of Forestry March 2021 articles Online - Member Access (free) / Non-Member Access (additional fees)

    Preferences for Northern Hardwood Silviculture Among Family Forest Owners in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
    A. Helman, M.C. Kelly, M.D. Rouleau, and Y.L. Dickinson

    Characterizing Canopy Openness in Open Forests: Spherical Densiometer and Canopy Photography are Equivalent but Less Sensitive Than Direct Measurements of Solar Radiation
    E. Russavage, J. Thiele, J. Lumbsden-Pinto, K. Schwager, T. Green, and M. Dovciak

    Save Our Species: A Blueprint for Restoring Butternut (Juglans cinerea) Across Eastern North America
    C.C. Pike, M. Williams, A. Brennan, K. Woeste, J.J. Jacobs, S. Hoban, M. Moore, and J. Romero-Severson

    Natural Area Forests in US Cities: Opportunities and Challenges
    C.C. Pregitzer, S. Charlop-Powers, and M.A. Bradford

    State Cost-share Programs for Landowners in the Southern United States: A Review
    S. Chizmar, R. Parajuli, R. Bardon, and F. Cubbage


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  • Journal of Forestry Quiz - May 2020

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Read the collection of articles in this issue, take a quiz, earn CFEs, and get a certificate! Test your knowledge on 5 of the published articles spanning forest ecology and silviculture.

    Read the Journal of Forestry May 2020 issue and complete the 10-question quiz. Earn 4. Category 1 CFEs when you pass the quiz with a score of at least 70%. 

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    2. After checking out, the quiz will be available on your MY DASHBOARD page here on ForestEd. The online quiz is accessible within the Contents Tab. 

    3. Access to CFEs for this quiz and access to this quiz online is for 12 months following its availability date.

    4. For SAF Members, the articles are $0. Professional membership is only $115!


    View the Journal of Forestry May 2020 articles Online - Member Access (free) / Non-Member Access (additional fees)

    Partnerships to Take on Climate Change: Adaptation Forestry and Conifer Strongholds Projects in the Northwoods, Minnesota, USA
    M.A. White, M. Cornett, K. Frerker, and J. Etterson

    The Decline of the Clearcut: Twenty-six Years of Change in Silvicultural Practices and Implications in Minnesota
    M.A. Windmuller-Campione, M.B. Russell, E. Sagor, A. D'Amato, A. Ek, K. Puettmann, and M.G. Rodman

    Rethinking Northern Hardwood Forest Mandagement Paradigms with Silvicultural Systems Research: Research-Management Partnerships Ensure Relevance and Application
    M.B. Walters, G.J. Roloff, C. Henry, J.R. Hartman, M. Donovan, E.J. Farinosi, and M. Starking

    Evaluating Economic Impacts of Prescribed Fire in the Central Hardwood Region
    D.P Mann, J. Wiedenbeck, D.C. Dey, and M.R. Saunders

    Managing Forest Health through Collaboration on the Allegheny High Unglaciated Plateau
    J.W. Hanson, A. Hille, S.L. Stout, M. McDonough, and W. Oldland


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