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Scheduled Dates


12/3/2020   12:00 PM  01:00 PM


Hear from the Experts - WDNR Forestry Lecture Series: Caring for Our Public Forests

The will be held on Thursday, December 3, 2020
From 12:00 PM until 01:00 PM

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Located in : Online, Webinar
Instructor: Gretchen Marshall



Hear from the Experts: WDNR Forestry Lecture Series sponsored by LEAF.

Join LEAF staff and DNR experts over your lunch-hour as we explore different topics in the world of forestry. Each online session will provide background content about the day’s scheduled forestry topic, mention career pathways for students, and allow question and answer time for participants to interact with the presenter.

Caring for our Public Forests

The public places myriad demands on our public (county, state and national) forests. Let’s explore how foresters care for our public forests to provide for social, economic and ecological needs. Learn how foresters balance multiple use management on these lands with timber harvests to meet other goals such as wildlife habitat and recreational purposes. We will focus on the management of the Flambeau River State Forest on its 90th anniversary this year!



Additional Information

Presenter: Ron Weber

Presenter Bio: Ron Weber is a Forest Ranger for the Wisconsin DNR working out of the Ladysmith Service Center. A former high school science teacher, he works with private landowners, on county owned forests in Rusk county, with state owned lands, primarily the Flambeau River State Forest and occasionally on the Chequamagon-Nicolet National Forest through the Good Neighbor Authority (GNA).  As a Ranger he also has wildfire control responsibilities and enforces burning regulations and timber theft complaints.

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