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2023 Winter Conference Presentations Now Posted

Presentations from the 2023 NSC winter conference have now been posted. Click on the conference link under past events to access the presentations.

Spring 2022 Webinars – Presentations posted

PDF versions of the presentation slide decks have been posted for the two spring 2022 webinars. Click on the link to the webinars under "Past Events" to access. … [Continue reading]

2022 Spring Webinars

The NSC is presenting two spring webinars1. March 9 - 9:00 - noon - Managing for Forest Health and Resiliency in response to natural disturbances 2. April 6 - 8:30 - noon - Silvicultural choices for complex stands in changing environments(with NSC … [Continue reading]

2021 Fall Webinar

Presentations have now been posted from the 2021 Fall webinar held on November 4th, 2021. Click on the link under Past events to see the agenda for the webinar with the links to the presentations. … [Continue reading]

2021 NSC webinars

Registration is now open for the 2021 NSC webinars. Click on the link under Upcoming events to see the agenda for the two webinars and for the link to the registration page. … [Continue reading]

Update on Northern Silviculture Committee (NSC) 2020 Extension Activities

July 7, 2020 To: Members and Colleagues - Northern Silviculture Committee Society (NSC) Dear NSC members, I am writing this note to you today to update you on the NSC's plans and considerations for your forestry and silviculture extension and … [Continue reading]

2020 NSC Winter Conference

The 2020 Northern Silviculture Committee Winter Conference will be taking place on February 25-26, 2020 at the Prince George Civic Centre in Prince George BC. The theme of this year's conference is "How to meet the demands of our changing forest?" … [Continue reading]

2019 NSC Winter Conference

The 2019 Northern Silviculture Committee Winter Conference will be taking place February 26-27, 2019 at the Prince George Civic Centre. The agenda and theme are now available. For more details and to register click on the conference … [Continue reading]

2018 Fall Field Tour

The organizing committee is working on the development of this year's fall field tour which will be taking place in the Terrace/Smithers area on September 18-19, 2018. A draft agenda has been posted and registration is now open. Hope to see you … [Continue reading]

2018 Winter Conference

The 2018 Northern Silviculture Committee Winter Conference is currently under development and more information will be available soon. Managing for resilience and mid-term timber supply on a dynamic landbase With an unprecedented wildfire … [Continue reading]

2017 Summer Field tour

Registration will be opening soon for the 2017 NSC Summer field tour taking place in Fort St John on September 13-14, 2017. Moose, Mushrooms, and Mixedwoods Boreal mixedwood forests are dynamic.  These changes in forest structure and … [Continue reading]

2017 Winter Conference

Thanks to everyone who attended the 2017 NSC Winter Conference which took place in Prince George on February 20-21, 2017. PDF versions of the presentations have now been posted. Click here to access them.   … [Continue reading]

2016 NSC Summer Field Tour

Registration is now open for the 2016 NSC Summer field tour taking place in Fort St James on September 13-14, 2016. Click on the link under Upcoming Events, on the right hand side of the page. A link to a listing of potential accommodations has … [Continue reading]

NSC 2016 Winter Conference

Improving Silviculture Planning and Practice from Current Standards to our Future Forests When: February 16-17, 2016 Where: Prince George Civic Centre Day 1, Part 1: Strategic and Tactical Forest and Silviculture Planning - How are we … [Continue reading]

NSC Fall Field Tour – 2015

Prince George BC, September 16-17, 2015 The 2015 field tour will focus on second-growth forest management in the Interior Wet belt throughout the whole rotation, including early, mid- and late-rotation stand management options. A variety of … [Continue reading]