Established in 1969, the S. J. Hall Lecture brings leading observers of the forestry sector to speak to the campus community and the public on topics concerned with industrial forestry and related matters. Presented during Homecoming Weekend, this public lecture is an intriguing learning and networking opportunity for Berkeley alumni, parents, students and community members.
The 2022 SJ Hall Lecture in Industrial Forestry
Statewide Forestry Initiatives and their Impact on Industrial Forest Management
We are excited to announce that the SJ Hall Lecture in Industrial Forestry will be held in person after two years of virtual lecutres!
The 2022 SJ Hall Lecture in Industrial Forestry is excited to welcome CNRA's Deputy Secretary of Forest and Wildland Resilience, Jessica Morse, to present about statewide forestry and wildfire initiatives, and how these initiatives impact industrial forest management in our state. Deputy Secretary Morse will share insights about California's Wildfire and Forest Resilience Plan and the Natural Working Lands Climate Smart Strategy, and the ways in these efforts interact with management of our private timberlands. She will also discuss the Nature Based Solutions Executive Order N-82-20, its efforts to conserve 30 percent of our lands and coastal waters by 2030, and the role that actively managed forests can play in achieving 30X30's goals.
A question and answer session with attendees will follow Deputy Morse's presentation.
Lecture Location: Mulford Hall, Room 159
Lecture Time & Date: 4:00pm, November 4th, 2022.
Learn more about Deputy Director Morse and her career by clicking on the PDF below:
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