The Warnell Continuing Education Program
Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
Managing Forest for Health, Wildlife and Productivity
September 18-19, 2018
Instructors: David Coyle, Elizabeth Benton, Mark McConnell
650 Phoenix Road Athens, GA
Continuing Education Credits
• 12.0 SAF Continuing Forestry Education hours (approved)
• 12.0 MTH Continuing Logging Education (CLE) Hours –
About the Event
Course content will center on landscape-scale forest health issues related to productivity, wildlife management, and water quality.
- biology and management of major insect, pathogen, and weed pests of southeastern forests
- invasive species detection and associated management tactics
- forest management strategies to enhance wildlife populations and water quality
- risks and benefits of fire and pesticides as management tools
- hands-on training in identification of pests and their damage
Participants should be better equipped to manage pine and hardwood stands in the Southeastern US for health and productivity upon completion of this course.
Who Should Attend?
Foresters, extension/outreach personnel, consulting foresters, resource managers
For full itinerary, download/view this pdf: BrochureForestHealth2018.pdf