2024 NSC Winter Conference – How do we adapt silviculture practices to changing northern climates and landscapes?

The two-day 2024 NSC Winter Conference will feature speakers answering some of the many questions challenging today’s silviculturists, such as:

  1. How can we better adapt silvicultural practices to achieve First Nations land-stewardship goals and interests?
  2. How can we improve fire adaptation and resilience in forests through a variety of practices?
  3. What are the expected forest-health effects of changing climates, and how to we adapt and moderate impacts?
  4. What’s happening with current collaborative research on tree species migration and adaptation?
  5. How is drought affecting our forests, and what can we do about it?
  6. How are shifting climates and natural disturbances affecting forest safety concerns?
  7. What can we learn from other’s experience on commercial thinning?
  8. How do we as forest professionals reduce or remove barriers to innovation?
  9. And many more…

As always, the NSC Winter Conference is a great opportunity to not only explore these questions, but also network with colleagues, ask an expert, catch up with old friends, and enjoy the Prince George winter.

We look forward to seeing you!

When: February 21-22, 2024
Where: Prince George Civic Centre

Cost: Earlybird (before January 26th): $335.00
Regular: $375.00
Student Rate: $70.00 per day
Guest banquet ticket: $50.00

This is the NSC’s 50th anniversary. All registrants will receive a 50th year commemorative vest. If you are unable to attend and would like a vest please select that option on the registration site.
Cost: $40.00 (includes postage for shipping).

The registration site is now available at: https://site.pheedloop.com/event/NSCWinterConference2024/home.