The 2021 California Society of American Foresters Summer Meeting
The Creek Fire: A case study for exploring the impacts of forest management on fire behavoir.
The California Soceity of American Foresters is excited to announce its 2021 Summer Meeting in Shaver Lake, California will take place September 16th and 17th. The field-based meeting will tour the greater Shaver Lake area, viewing how different silvicultural treatments and forest health initiatives impacted the behavior of the Creek Fire as it approached the town of Shaver Lake. Representatives from the USFS, So Cal Edison, Calfire and Private Industry will provide insights into the ways in which forest management helped temper fire behavior, what they've learned from the Creek Fire, and what they're doing now to move forward.
To register, please visit the Eventbrite page.
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The 2021 William Main Seminar Series
The Intersections of Forestry and Human Health
The 2021 Seminar Series began in February and concluded in April. Each session was recorded and is available for public viewing.
There is widespread recognition among Californians that past management practices have created forests in an untenable state. Forest health is compromised to the point that immediate, large scale intervention is required. But how do past, present and future management practices impact the health of communities in California? The 2021 William Main Seminar focused on the intersection of forest and human health, examining how management of California’s forests impacts the well being of individuals and communities throughout the state. This year’s series brought practitioners from forestry, academia, NGOs, wildland fire fighting and Tribal communities to Berkeley to share their perspectives on how past, current and future management of California’s forests has impacted the health and wellbeing of its population.
Berkeley Forests hosts a variety of events on the Berkeley campus, in Sacramento, at its various forest properties, and beyond. For information about upcoming campus events, visit the UC College of Natural Resources calendar. For events at our forests, visit us on Facebook, check the UCANR Forest Research and Outreach events calendar, or contact our Research Station Manager, Ariel Roughton.