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Fire and Forest Management in Middle Tennessee workshop and field tour

REGISTRATION IS FULL.

Email Joe Marschall (marschallj@missouri.edu) to be placed on a waiting list. We'll confirm attendance for all registrants prior to the event and let you know if a 'seat' becomes open. 

JOIN US for this free fire and forestry management workshop and field tour we are co-hosting with the University of Tennessee's Forest Resources Research & Education Center. There will be presentations and discussions on regional fire history as recorded in tree-rings, woodland and savanna restoration on the Cumberland Plateau, fire effects on forest stand development, and oak management at Sewanee: University of the South. 

The afternoon field tour will be at the UT Highland Rim Forest and will include management discussions while touring their annual burn plots, shortleaf pine management areas, long-term prescribed fire units, and hazardous reduction treatments. 

Presenters include:

  • Mike Stambaugh (Univ. of Missouri) 
  • Ben Knapp (Univ. of Missouri)
  • Andy Vander Yacht (Univ. of Tennessee)
  • Nate Wilson (Sewanee: Univ. of the South)
  • Martin Schubert (UT Forest Resources Research & Education Center) 
  • Kevin Hoyt (UT Forest Resources Research & Education Center) 
  • David Clabo (University of Tennessee)

Meet by 8:45 AM at the UT Space Institute (411 B H Goethert Parkway, Tullahoma, TN 37388), the presentations will begin at 9 sharp!  MAP

REGISTRATION IS FULL.

Email Joe Marschall (marschallj@missouri.edu) to be placed on a waiting list. We'll confirm attendance for all registrants prior to the event and let you know if a 'seat' becomes open. 

Registration is required, deadline: September 1, 2017

ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 60 REGISTRANTS!!!!

CLICK HERE to see the draft agenda

Society of American Foresters and The Wildlife Society continuing education credit is anticipated

We appreciate the generous financial support of the Tennessee State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation which has allowed this event to be offered with no registration cost! Thanks!

Earlier Event: June 29
MO Prescribed Fire Council Field Tour
Later Event: October 10
2017 Fall Fire Science Webinar Series