Regional Conservation Partnership Program: Improving Forest Habitat for Wildlife Resources in MN, WI, and MI (Webinar Series - Part 3 of 3)
Part 3 of a webinar series opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about early successional habitat work being conducted in northern Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota by the American Bird Conservancy and partners.
To register for any or all of the three webinars and receive the Zoom link, fill out the Webinar Registration form.
Dynamic Forests for Birds and Wildlife in the Great Lakes
A 3-Part Webinar Series
To introduce the dynamic forest concept in the Great Lakes region; discuss the benefits of active forest management for forest health, wildlife, and birds, and to share information on cost share funding for private landowner projects in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Intended audience: Consulting foresters, forestry workers, natural resource managers, landowners, hunters, bird watchers
The webinars in this 3-part series qualify for Continuing Education Credits from:
- Society of American Foresters (1 credit per each 1-hour webinar)
- The Wildlife Society (1 credit per each 1-hour webinar)
- Sustainable Forestry Initiative - Wisconsin (4 credits if all three 1-hour webinars are attended)
- Sustainable Forestry Initiative - Minnesota (3 credits if all three 1-hour webinars are attended)
Regional Conservation Partnership Program: Improving Forest Habitat for Wildlife Resources in MN, WI, and MI
- What can RCPP do for you as a land manager, consulting forester, or landowner? Opportunities for private lands dynamic forest management
Presenters: Michael Paling and Jack Haben, American Bird Conservancy
- Panel discussion: How to get started with private lands management
Tom Gervais, Natural Resources Conservation Service – Minnesota
Nick Besasie, Natural Resources Conservation Service – Wisconsin
Misa Cady, Natural Resources Conservation Service – Michigan
Pat Weber, American Bird Conservancy
Duane Fogard, American Bird Conservancy
Michael Paling, American Bird Conservancy