Spring 2022 Webinars

Webinar 1 – Managing for Forest Health and Resiliency in response to natural disturbances
March 9, 2022
9:00 am – noon
Online: Zoom Webinar


Notes on Wildfire Economics. – Hugh Scorah (PhD candidate – UBC) (Presentation)
Plantations and Forest health. – Dr. John Innes (UBC) (Presentation)
Free Growing Working Group: Looking Beyond the Milestone. – Taisa Brown and Greg Jorgenson (FLNRORD) (Presentation)

Webinar 2 – Silvicultural choices for complex stands in changing environments
(with NSC AGM to follow)
April 6, 2022
8:30 am – noon
Online: Zoom Webinar


Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change – establishing a large-scale collaborative trial including partial-cutting and retention treatments. – Sue Grainger RPF (John Prince Research Forest, UNBC). (Presentation)
Old Forest Ecological Function Following Spruce Beetle in the Wet SBS: PSP establishment results from 2001 baseline data collection. – Bruce Rogers, RPBIO (FLNRORD – Omineca Region) (Presentation)
FPPR Section 46, how to deal with sites where Free-Growing stands cannot be established. – Tiasa Brown – FLNRORD) (Presentation)

As you may know, the NSC Society was established in 1974 and is now in its 48th year. It is a non-profit, non-partisan, volunteer-run, member-driven organization. Our mission is to foster increased co-operation, understanding, and improvement of silviculture and forest management planning and practices in the Central and Northern Interior regions of British Columbia.