Mixedwood Management: Concepts and New Findings

Hosted by the CFRU, April 17, 2019

Presenters: Laura Kenefic, Bethany Muñoz Delgado

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Laura Kenefic: Mixedwood Management – Concepts and New Findings  and Bethany Munoz Delagado: Fifty Years Later: Mixedwood Productivity Following Biomass Harvesting and Prescribed Burning in the Penobscot Experimental Forest. (combined slideshow)

Worth the Wait: The Value of Long-Term Forest Research in Maine

Hosted by the CFRU, February 13, 2019

Presenters: Ivan Fernandez, Brian Roth

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Ivan Fernandez: The Bear Brook Watershed in Maine: Studying Past, Present and Future

Brian Roth: The Value of Long-Term Forest Research in Maine: CFRU Past and Future

Considering Bats in Forest Management 

Hosted by the CFRU, November 14, 2018

Presenters: Erik Blomberg, Wende Mahaney, Michael Thompson

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Erik Blomberg: Ecology and regulatory status of Maine forest bats (slide presentation)

Michael Thompson: Considering Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Bats on SFI, ATF, and FSC Certified Ownerships (slide presentation)

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website on Northern Long-Eared Bats

Maine Field Office, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website 

Monitoring Maine’s Forest Birds

Hosted by the CFRU, April 25, 2018

Presenters: Lisa Venier, Adrienne Leppold

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Lisa Venier: Birds as Indicators of Forest Integrity in Managed Landscapes (slide presentation)

Adrienne Leppold: The Maine Bird Atlas (2018-2022) (slide presentation)

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Spruce Budworm: Monitoring and Early Intervention Strategies

Hosted by the CFRU, February 14, 2018

Presenters: Allison Kanoti, Rob Johns

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Webinar recording

Allison Kanoti: Spruce Budworm in Maine (slide presentation)

Rob Johns: Monitoring and Early Intervention in New Brunswick (slide presentation)

External Resources

The Maine Spruce Budworm Task Force

The SBW Task Force is a joint effort of the Maine Forest Service, Maine Forest Products Council, and University of Maine’s Cooperative Forestry Research Unit along with leading experts on the SBW. This website is supported by the Munsungan Endowment in the Center for Research on Sustainable Forests.

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An online, open-­source web portal that serves the information needs of forest managers and researchers in the Northeastern US and eastern Canada. At NEFIS:

  • Latest forest research results are rapidly communicated;
  • Non­peer reviewed publications, presentations, posters, and data sets about key forestry topics are instantly available and openly evaluated;
  • Forest managers and researchers can better network and communicate about specific forest management issues, problems, and solutions;
  • Forest managers and researchers can provide instant feedback and ratings on the value of forest research; and
  • Forest researchers can exchange information about ongoing and recently completed research.