Long-Term Site Productivity Research: Lessons from Other Regions and Opportunities for Maine

Registration is now open for Long-Term Site Productivity: Lessons from Other Regions and Opportunities for Maine, a workshop and field tour in June hosted by the CFRU in collaboration with Dr. Tat Smith at the University of Toronto.

On Thursday, June 7th, join us at the Wells Conference Center at the University of Maine in Orono for a day of presentations on long-term site productivity by speakers from as far away as British Columbia and Denmark and panel discussions to explore opportunities for Maine.
On Friday, June 8th, join us as we explore a site within the Maine Adaptive Silviculture Experiment Network (CFRU), located in the Grand Falls Township.

This workshop is free for CFRU members, and $50 per day for all others.

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