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  • Contains 32 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $25 // Non-Members: $40 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy this curated set of Science Flash presentations from the 2019 SAF National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Access

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

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

    Pricing

    Registration is $25 for SAF members. SAF Non-member price is $40. 

    Join SAF today to save and access other growing member benefits.

    Presentations

    Education, Extension, & Communication

    Does Association Membership Differentiate Forest Landowners in the Southern United States? - Puskar Khanal, Clemson University

    Engaging Citizen Scientists in Forest Health Research: Minnesota's Assessing Vegetation Impacts from Deer Program - Matthew Russell, University of Minnesota

    Public Attitudes towards Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Restoration Using Prescribed Fire - Jason Gordon, University of Georgia

    Public Attitudes towards Private Forest Management in the Southeastern United States - Damian Adams, University of Florida

    Training Green Industry Professionals as Service Providers for Small Acreage Woodland Properties - Jonathan Kays, University of Maryland Extension

    Fire & Fuels Management

    Effects of Prescribed Burning and Thinning on Oak Regeneration in Northeast Kansas - Charles Barden, Kansas State University

    How Prescribed Fire Heat Selects against Understory Hardwoods in Longleaf Pine Woodland - Seth Bigelow, The Jones Center at Ichauway

    Short-Term Effects of Prescribed Fire on Sub-Surface Water Quality in a Managed Loblolly Pine Forest - Kipling Klimas, Clemson University

    Harvesting & Utilization

    Assessing Soil Compaction Following a Winter Timber Harvest in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan - Rafia Rahman, Michigan Technological University

    Economic Contribution of Forest Products Industry in 20 Northeastern States - Jagdish Poudel, Michigan Department of Natural Resources

    Typology of Forest Landowners: Implications for Their Understanding and Interest in Woody Biomass for Bioenergy - Binod Chapagain, Oklahoma State University

    Human Dimensions & History of Forestry

    An Exploration of Vegetation Ordinances across the Southern US - Kripa Neupane, Mississippi State University

    Comparing State Forest Industry Economic Contributions - Matthew Pelkki, University of Arkansas at Monticello

    Influence of Place Attachment and Motivation on Bass Fishing Demand in Oklahoma Streams - Binod Chapagain, Oklahoma State University

    Inventory & Biometrics

    Accuracy Assessment of Forested Wetland Maps from Aerial Photography - Stephen Prisley, NCASI

    Optimizing Loblolly Pine Plantations under Reduced Throughfall with Single Tree Models and Data Envelopment Analysis - Noah Shephard, Oklahoma State University

    Northern & Eastern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Commercial Thinning in Lodgepole Pine Stands: 15 Year Results from Alberta, Canada - Brad Pinno, University of Alberta

    Delimitation and Comparative Pathogenicity of Diplodia spp. on Quercus spp. throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region - Savannah Haines, West Virginia University

    Productivity-Diversity Relationships in Mixed-Hardwood Plantations - Madeline Montague, Purdue University

    Pests, Pathogens & Invasive Plants

    Impacts of Asian Longhorned Beetle and Associated Eradication Efforts on the Current Composition of Forests - Olivia Box, University of Vermont

    Nonnative Plant Invasion Severity and Risk in the Southern Timberlands - Sunil Nepal, Auburn University

    Surface Mining and Harvest Disturbances Interact with Landform to Shape Spatial Distribution of Invasive Exotic Plant Species in a Central Appalachian Forest Landscape - Jian Yang, University of Kentucky

    Private & Family Forestry

    Financial Effects of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners - Srijana Baral, University of Georgia

    The Smallholder Access Program: A Certification Model for Small Woodland Owners in Appalachia - Andrew Goldberg, Rainforest Alliance

    Remote Sensing & Geospatial Applications

    Assessing Influence of US Data Acquisition Parameters for Forest Photogrammetry and Assessing Influences of UAS Flight Parameters for Forest Structure Characterization - Matthew Creasy and Neal Swayze, Colorado State University

    Documentation of the Impact of a Tornado on Caddo Mounds Historical Site Using an Unmanned Drone - David Kulhavy, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture

    Southern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Autumn Flooding of Nuttall Oak Seedlings Reduces Nitrogen Reserves and Subsequent Spring Growth - Richard Sample, Purdue University

    Evaluating a New Taper Equation for Planted Longleaf Pine: Applying Penalized Spline Regression - Thomas B. Harris; Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia

    Productivity and Growth Comparison of Loblolly Pine Grown under Forest Water Reuse Irrigation Management - Kyle Goeke Dee, North Carolina State University

    Urban & Community Forestry

    The Value of Canopy Cover: A Hedonic Pricing Study in West Tennessee - Lee Bridges, Mississippi State University

    Urban Forest Research for Collaborative Urban Forest Management - Lee Bridges, Mississippi State University

    Western & Northwestern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Restoring Ponderosa Pine Age/Size Structure across Productivity Classes using Multi-Aged Group Selection Approaches - John Bailey, Oregon State University

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

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  • Contains 19 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $25 // Non-Members: $40 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy these curated Science Flash presentations from the virtual 2020 SAF National Convention.

    Access

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

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

    Pricing

    Registration is $25 for SAF members. SAF Non-member price is $40. 

    Join SAF today to save and access other growing member benefits.

    Presentations

    Agroforestry

    Nitrogen Mitigation by Short Rotation Woody Crops in Marginal Land of Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley - Thu Ya Kyaw, Mississippi State University

    Climate Change & Forest Carbon

    Effects of Biochar on Survival and Photosynthetic Rates of Jack Pine Seedlings under Drought Conditions - Matthew Lochner, University of Minnesota

    Education, Extension & Communication

    Forestry of the Future: Improving Workforce Participation of Underrepresented Minority Populations in Forest Resources - Zakia Leggett, North Carolina State University

    Germplasm Conservation for Species Restoration: Examples from Efforts to Restore the American Chestnut - Kendra Collins, The American Chestnut Foundation

    Inventory & Biometrics

    Overstory and Understory Woody Plant Characteristics of Reforested Sites in Lexington, Kentucky - Kiernan Comer, University of Kentucky

    Quantifying Photosynthesis, Stomatal Conductance and Transpiration of Crepe Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) in Response to Flooding - Zhu Ning, Southern University

    Northern & Eastern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change: Initial Structural and Compositional Outcomes in Northern Hardwood Forests - Jessica Wikle, University of Vermont

    Structural and Compositional Outcomes of Adaptive Silvicultural Systems on Northern New England Forests - Jennifer Santoro, University of Vermont

    Pests, Pathogens & Invasive Plants

    Managing Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica L), an Invasive Species on Forest Ecosystems in the Gulf Coast - Oghenekome Onokpise; Ovoland Associates, LLC

    Southern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Multi-faceted Interactions between Prescribed Fire and Bark Beetles in Loblolly and Longleaf Pine Ecosystems - Kamal Gandhi, University of Georgia

    Post-Wind Disturbance Salvage Logging and Prescribed Fire Effects on Pinus palustris Stand Development - Jonathan Kleinman, University of Alabama

    Urban & Community Forestry

    Community Actions towards Reducing Urban Tree Risk - Abbie Judice, University of Georgia

    Crafting SMART Goals in Urban and Community Forestry - Lee Mueller; Davey Resource Group, Inc.

    Current Status of Designed Soils for the Integration of Pavement and Urban Tree Longevity - Jason Grabosky, Rutgers SEBS DEENR

    Growth Rates of Street Trees in Urban Areas of Central New Jersey - Richard Leopold, Rutgers

    Innovative Approaches in Urban Forestry to Enhance the Environmental and Community Health Around the World - Kamran Abdollahi, Southern University

    Species and Nursery Production Method Affect Street Tree Growth and Economic Return - Tierney Bocsi, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Thirty-two Years of Change in an Old-growth Urban Forest - Lee Bridges, Mississippi State University

    Urban Street Palms - A Story of Lack of Diversity and Risks from Introduced Pests - Mark Ambrose, NC State University

    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 ForestedSupport@safnet.org. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org.

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  • Contains 21 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $25 // Non-Members: $40 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy these curated Science Flash presentations from the virtual 2021 SAF National Convention.

    Access

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

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

    Pricing

    Registration is $25 for SAF members. SAF Non-member price is $40. 

    Join SAF today to save and access growing member benefits.

    Presentations

    Climate Change & Forest Carbon

    Meeting Community Forestry Challenges from Climate Change, Tree Care, and Professional Capacity - Anne Fege, San Diego Regional Urban Forests Council

    Urban and Rural Foresters' Perceptions of Global Change and Adaptive Management in the Northeastern US - Tessa McGann, University of Vermont

    Education, Extension & Communication

    Community Perceptions of Tree Risk and Management - Jason Gordon, University of Georgia

    Community Perceptions of Wood-Based Energy Technology and Facilities in Michigan - Emily Huff, Michigan State University Department of Forestry

    Comparing Three Protocols and Two Certification Schemes for Ascertaining the Trajectories of Global Forest Governance - Parag Kadam, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia

    Quantifying Paradigm Shifts in Forest Management through Trending Topics in Forest Science - Adam Polinko, Mississippi State University

    Visitors’ Characteristics and Economic Contribution for Wildlife Management Areas in Oklahoma - Madison Gore, Oklahoma State University

    Harvesting & Utilization

    Strategic Buffering of Streams to Minimize Effects from Timber Harvest Activities on Listed Species - Melissa Klungle, ICF

    Tracking Logging Profitability for Contractors Working in the New York City Watershed - Kristopher Brown, Watershed Agricultural Council

    Human Dimensions & History of Forestry

    Human Health Effects of Particulate Matter Exposure from Wildfires on Vulnerable Populations - Peter Johnson, University of Alberta

    Inventory & Biometrics

    Impact of Biochar as Soil Amendment on Physiology of Live Oak ( Quercus virginiana ) - Zhu Ning, Southern University

    Projecting Timber Supply in the U.S. South: Investigating Model Assumptions and Outcomes - Bruno Kanieski da Silva, Mississippi State University

    Northern & Eastern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Sustainable Timber Harvest and Wildlife Habitat: Case Study on State Lands in Minnesota - John Zobel, University of Minnesota

    Private & Family Forestry

    Comparison between First-generation and Multi-generation Maple Syrup Producers - Anusha Shrestha, Stephen F. Austin State University

    Family Forest Owners’ Participation in Carbon Programs - Emma Sass, Family Forest Research Center

    Remote Sensing & Geospatial Applications

    Astrape: An Automated System to Map Severe Abiotic Forest Disturbances - Sarah Wegmueller, University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Pioneering Operational Uses of a New Individual Tree Lidar Product on the University of Idaho Experimental Forest  - Robert Keefe, University of Idaho Experimental Forest

    Southern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    Ecological Forestry in a Longleaf Pine Woodland: Spatial Patterns and Dynamics - Jeffery Cannon, The Jones Center at Ichauway

    Urban & Community Forestry

    Developing a Certification System for Urban Forests in the United States - Parag Kadam, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia

    Forests and Urban Green Spaces: Promoting Connections to Human Wellbeing in the United States - Kelechi Eleanya, Yale University

    Western & Northwestern Silviculture and Forest Ecology

    The Stand Development Legacies of Competing Vegetation Control and Planting Density in California Ponderosa Pine - Christopher Looney, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station

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

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  • Contains 8 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

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    Microcourse information

    This virtual microcourse – curated by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Dr. Marianne Patinelli-Dubay – is an introduction to thinking about forest management through the lenses of community flourishing and personal virtue. Gain valuable knowledge on formulating questions and developing insights about whether a management decision serves the welfare of a particular group, and how to hold the needs of the community together with your personal values. This microcourse will provide valuable insight on how to think about responsible stewardship together with the business of forest management.

    Is this microcourse for you?

    This microcourse is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

    Open registration

    Registration remains open through September 19, 2024, 11:59 pm ET.

    Pricing

    $39 for SAF Members

    $59 for Non-members

    Join SAF today to save $20 on your microcourse registration and to take advantage of SAF's growing member benefits including here on ForestEd.

    Note: Pricing has been reduced to accommodate the purchase of corresponding required microcourse materials through an external partner.

    Start date

    Microcourse content will be accessible starting September 19, 2023.

    Access Period

    Microcourse access will remain open through September 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm ET. 

    Required Microcourse Materials

    To complete this microcourse, purchasing the following book is required if you don't already have access to it:
    Practical Ethics: A Field Guide for Resource Managers, by Marianne Patinelli-Dubay, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2023. Purchase the book here

    Digital e-book access instructions are accessible within the Supporting Resources Tab above. Remember your e-book login for your unique access.

    PLEASE NOTE: The digital e-book has a limited period of access - 180 days - and your unique login access. The printed hard copy has no access limit.

    Microcourse content is sourced from this book, alongside the required readings and case study that you will address within this microcourse. 

    Microcourse pace

    This microcourse is self-paced with an estimated completion time of 2 hours.

    Learning Objectives

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

    1. Apply techniques to work through an ethically weighted situation.

    2. Identify chief concerns of a provided forest management scenario.

    3. Analyze a complex management situation with new organizing and ordering techniques.

    4. Examine the motivations of others and how they might align or conflict with your own moral code.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the microcourse is measured by the completion of all learning components. This includes viewing the presentation, reading the assigned chapters, reviewing the case study, and then downloading and completing a series of self-guided inquiries in worksheet form. Each of the two worksheets are tied to the scenario provided in the case study. These worksheets are yours to keep

    Microcourse Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the microcourse curators and subject matter experts continually improve the microcourse for future participants.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this microcourse, you will earn 2.0 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

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

    Get Started or Return to Place in Microcourse

    Once you are registered for the microcourse, access this microcourse within your MY DASHBOARD. You can pause at any point during the microcourse, and you can return right where you last left off. Simply select where you last left off and then keep on working your way through the microcourse. Connect with SAF if you have any access questions.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs or email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org. For questions about this microcourse's content email Marianne Patinelli-Dubay at mpatinelli@esf.edu. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org.

    Refund

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

  • Contains 8 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This microcourse is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

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    Microcourse information

    This virtual microcourse – curated by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Dr. Marianne Patinelli-Dubay – is an introduction to thinking about forest management through the lenses of rational and relational approaches. This microcourse will begin with a focus on applying rational thought to moral and ethical problems including the perennial tension between what we can do and what we should do, and how to transform a situation from what it is into what it ought to be.  As a counterpoint to this approach, we will take up an ethic of care to consider the impact of NRM decisions on the relational landscape of the situation including our own sympathies, responsibilities and loyalties as well as those of stakeholders and constituencies.

    Is this microcourse for you?

    This microcourse is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

    Open registration

    Registration remains open through September 19, 2024, 11:59 pm ET.

    Pricing

    $34 for SAF Members

    $54 for Non-members

    Join SAF today to save $20 on your microcourse registration and to take advantage of SAF's growing member benefits including here on ForestEd.

    Note: Pricing has been reduced to accommodate the purchase of corresponding required microcourse materials through an external partner.

    Start date

    Microcourse content will be accessible starting September 19, 2023.

    Access Period

    Microcourse access will remain open through September 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm ET. 

    Required Microcourse Materials

    To complete this microcourse, purchasing the following book is required if you don't already have access to it:
    Practical Ethics: A Field Guide for Resource Managers, by Marianne Patinelli-Dubay, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2023. Purchase the book here!   

    Digital e-book access instructions are accessible within the Supporting Resources Tab above. Remember your e-book login for your unique access.

    PLEASE NOTE: The digital e-book has a limited period of access - 180 days - and your unique login access. The printed hard copy has no access limit.

    Microcourse pace

    This microcourse is self-paced with an estimated completion time of 1.5 hours.

    Learning Objectives

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

    1. Apply techniques to work through an ethically weighted situation.

    2. Explain the "human dimensions" of the provided situation.

    3. Identify the relational dynamics of the provided situation.

    4. Analyze the hierarchy embedded within the provided management decision.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the microcourse is measured by the completion of all learning components. This includes viewing the presentation, reading the assigned chapters, reviewing the case study, and then downloading and completing a series of self-guided inquiries in worksheet form. Each of the two worksheets are tied to the scenario provided in the case study. These worksheets are yours to keep.

    Microcourse Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the microcourse curators and subject matter experts continually improve the microcourse for future participants.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this microcourse, you will earn 1.5 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

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

    Get Started or Return to Place in Microcourse

    Once you are registered for the microcourse, access this microcourse within your MY DASHBOARD. You can pause at any point during the microcourse, and you can return right where you last left off. Simply select where you last left off and then keep on working your way through the microcourse. Connect with SAF if you have any access questions.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs or email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org. For questions about this microcourse's content email Marianne Patinelli-Dubay at mpatinelli@esf.edu. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org.

    Refund

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

  • Contains 8 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This microcourse is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

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    Microcourse information

    This virtual microcourse – curated by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Dr. Marianne Patinelli-Dubay – is an introduction to thinking about forest management through the lenses of rights and the greatest good. Gifford Pinchot sets the stage stating Where conflicting interests must be reconciled, the question shall always be answered from the standpoint of the greatest good of the greatest number in the long run. In this microcourse you will dig into the hidden challenges within forestry’s primary directive including the sometimes-contested definition of what constitutes the good, how to think about harm, and exactly how long is the long-run?  In worksheets completed in your own time you will think through what is involved in recognizing the full and complex range of human and non-human values, time horizons and how to think through actions that cause harm or lead to a destabilized ecosystem. 

    Is this microcourse for you?

    This microcourse is designed for foresters and natural resource professionals seeking an expanded exploration of professional ethics with forestry and natural resources relevant applications.

    Open registration

    Registration remains open through September 19, 2024, 11:59 pm ET.

    Pricing

    $34 for SAF Members

    $54 for Non-members

    Join SAF today to save $20 on your microcourse registration and to take advantage of SAF's growing member benefits including here on ForestEd.

    Note: Pricing has been reduced to accommodate the purchase of corresponding required microcourse materials through an external partner.

    Start date

    Microcourse content will be accessible starting September 19, 2023.

    Access Period

    Microcourse access will remain open through September 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm ET. 

    Microcourse Materials

    To complete this microcourse, purchasing the following book is required if you don't already have access to it:
    Practical Ethics: A Field Guide for Resource Managers, by Marianne Patinelli-Dubay, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2023. Purchase the book here

    Digital e-book access instructions are accessible within the Supporting Resources Tab above. Remember your e-book login for your unique access.

    PLEASE NOTE: The digital e-book has a limited period of access - 180 days - and your unique login access. The printed hard copy has no access limit.

    Microcourse content is sourced from this book, alongside the required readings and case study that you will address within this microcourse. 

    Microcourse pace

    This microcourse is self-paced with an estimated completion time of 1 hour.

    Learning Objectives

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

    1. Apply techniques to work through an ethically weighted situation.

    2. Identify each stakeholder who is affected by decisions made in the provided management scenario.

    3. List all stakeholders who would have a rights claim, and specify if there is an order of importance.

    4. Determine how you would respond to constituents whose rights you have not prioritized.

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the microcourse is measured by the completion of all learning components. This includes viewing the presentation, reading the assigned chapters, reviewing the case study, and then downloading and completing a series of self-guided inquiries in worksheet form. Each of the two worksheets are tied to the scenario provided in the case study. These worksheets are yours to keep.

    Microcourse Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the microcourse curators and subject matter experts continually improve the microcourse for future participants.

    CFEs

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

    Get Started or Return to Place in Microcourse

    Once you are registered for the microcourse, access this microcourse within your MY DASHBOARD. You can pause at any point during the microcourse, and you can return right where you last left off. Simply select where you last left off and then keep on working your way through the microcourse. Connect with SAF if you have any access questions.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs or email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org. For questions about this microcourse's content email Marianne Patinelli-Dubay at mpatinelli@esf.edu. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org.

    Refund

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

  • Contains 11 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This microcourse is intended for learners interested in the multiple facets contained within agroforestry.

    Microcourse information

    Landowners may desire to manage for a diversity of products for personal or commercial use. Agroforestry practices may be both enjoyable and profitable for individuals that want to have a “hands on” approach in sustainable land management. This microcourse will give insight on utilizing land for multiple use purposes including row crop production, silvopasture, riparian zone protection, edible/medicinal plants, and mushroom production. A more in-depth coverage of silvopasture is also presented which includes site preparation methods, pros/cons of the silvopasture system, forage establishment, and other relative discussion points. This microcourse heavily focuses on the southeastern United States, but insights can be gained and applied across landscapes everywhere.

    Is this microcourse for you?

    This microcourse is intended for foresters, natural resource professionals, or landowners interested in learning about the multiple facets that can be contained within an agroforestry system. Individuals that desire to know methodology for installation and the economics of related agroforestry practices will find this microcourse useful as well. The information presented will provide some guidelines for establishment of an agroforestry system and may also provide some insight which has not already been revealed to the audience. Regardless of the current land use or forestland type, agroforestry may be a more rewarding endeavor for the more intensive landowners.

    Open registration

    Registration remains open through July 21, 2024 unless otherwise posted.

    $34 for SAF Members

    $54 for Non-members

    Join SAF today to save $20 on your course registration and to take advantage of SAF's growing member benefits including here on ForestEd.

    Course start date

    Course content will be accessible starting July 21, 2023.

    Course access 

    Course access will remain open through December 31, 2024 at 11:59 pm ET unless notified otherwise. 

    Course pace

    This course is self-paced with an expected completion time of just over 1.5 hours. There are 4 sections, which are intended to be completed over the course of 4 weeks.

    Learning Objectives

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

    1. Summarize multiple aspects of agroforestry including, but not limited to, silvopasture, mushroom production, alley cropping, edible/medicinal plants, and riparian forest buffers

    2. Explain both pros and cons of silvopasture systems

    3. Identify the relevant practices for agroforestry establishment in both existing forestland and non-forestland 

    Rubric

    Successful completion of the course is measured by your ability to complete each component and passing the quiz at the end of each section 1 and completing the guided worksheets in sections 2 and 3.  The passing score for the quiz is 100%. You have unlimited attempts to pass the quiz.  

    Course Evaluation

    Participant feedback is appreciated to help the course curators and subject matter experts continually improve the course for future participants.

    CFEs

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will earn 1.5 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org.

    Certificate

    Upon successful completion of this course and course 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).

    Get Started or Return to Place in Course

    Once you are registered for the course, access this course within your MY DASHBOARD. You can pause at any point during the course and you can return right where you last left off. Simply select where you last left off and then keep on working your way through the course.

    Course Resources

    Additional course resources are available within the Contents tab course sections.

    Need Help?

    For ForestEd questions, visit FAQs or email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org. For questions about this course's content email Stephen Peairs at speairs@clemson.edu. For technical assistance, go to help.commpartners.com for self troubleshooting and/or live chat, or you can email ForestEdSupport@safnet.org.

    Refund

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

  • Contains 10 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $40 // Non-Members: $55 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy this curated set of on-demand presentations that focus on agroforestry. This bundle will be updated as new content becomes available.

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    Presentations

    2016

    PA Agroforestry: Learning, Connecting, Getting it Done - Rachel Reyna, PA DCNR Bureau of Forestry

    2017

    Agroforestry Nutrient Credit Trading in Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay Region - John Munsell, Virginia Tech

    2018

    Use of Livestock As a Form of Site Preparation during Silvopasture Establishment from Woodland - Joseph Orefice, Yale University

    2019

    Biometrics and Silvopasture: Analyzing the Growth and Yield of Agroforestry Systems In Response to Tree Density - Kenneth Dunn, NCSU

    Management Inputs and Outcomes from Forest Grazing, Silvopasture, and Just Turning Cattle into the Woods - Sid Brantly, Three-Cross Farms

    New Agroforestry Working Group in the American Southwest - Andrew Mason, USDA Forest Service and National Agroforestry Center (retired)

    Specialty Crop Development for Midwest Agroforestry - Gregory Ormsby Mori, University of Missouri

    2021

    Developing Farmer Typologies to Inform Conservation Outreach in Agricultural Landscapes - Suraj Upadhaya, Iowa State University

    2022

    Modeling Growth and Establishment of Plantation and Converted Agroforestry Silvopasture Systems in the Missouri Ozarks - Bailee Suedmeyer, Missouri State University

    Household Incentives to Establish Tree Cover on Agricultural Lands in Andhra Pradesh, India - Stella Schons, Virginia Tech

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  • Contains 13 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $65 // Non-Members: $80 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy this curated selection of plenary and technical sessions from the 2016-2018 SAF National Conventions.

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    Presentations

    The Big Stage: Plenary Sessions (4)

    Boots on the Ground Guidelines (5)

    Northwestern Silviculture and Forest Ecology (3)

    Southern Silviculture and Forest Ecology (1)

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  • Contains 12 Component(s)

    SAF Members: $65 // Non-Members: $80 // No CFEs available

    Enjoy this curated selection of big stage presentations, which include plenary and Friday Focus On sessions, and the highest-attended technical sessions from the 2019 SAF National Convention.

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

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

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    Presentations

    The Big Stage: Plenary Session and Friday Focus-On Sessions (5)

    Boots on the Ground Guidelines (1)

    Remote Sensing & Geospatial Applications (1)

    Human Dimensions and History of Forestry (1)

    Private and Family Forestry (3)

    Southern Silviculture and Forest Ecology (1)

    CFEs

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