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Tri-State Forestry Conference
at Sinsinawa County

2014 Talks

2014 Keynote!Thousand Cankers Disease, walnut

Thousand Cankers Disease By Whitney Cranshaw

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woodland planning Woodland Planing for Success by Wade Conn
Tree Identification Tree Identification by Mark Vitosh
Woodland management Managing Small Backyard Woodlands by Mark Vitosh
Forest insects pests Little Insects Can Be Big Pests by Donald Lewis
Control and Management of Woodland Invasive Plants by Chris Evans
Aquaponics, fish, plants, hydroponics
"Grafting Fruit Trees 101" By Jesse Randall, ISU Forestry Extension
Invasive plant Identification
Identification of Invasive Plants by Chris Evans
mapping forests, woodlands
Internet-based Resources and Technology for Woodland Owners by Jake Hendee
Hazelnuts, hazelnut
Hazelnuts in the Upper Midwest By Jason Fischbach
Amphibian reptile forest management
Forest Management for Reptiles and Amphibians by Bruce Ehrseman
Woodstoves energy efficiency
Energy Efficient Wood Heating Appliances for Home and Business by Scott Sanford
conservation easements
Conservation Easements by Jake Hendee


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ticks, lyme disease, forest pests
Bloodsuckers in the Woods by Lyric Bartholomay
Felling, sawing, logging, chainsaw safety, tree felling The Nuts and Bolts of Tree Felling by Joe Herring

Pruning trees, proper pruning Pruning Timber Trees for Form and Function by Jay Hayek

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Fire, precribed burning , fire Prescribed Burning for Landowners by Joe Herring

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Oak Decline, driftless region Oak Decline in the Driftless Region by Ashley Hand

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Forest Birds, management Forest Interior Birds by Bruce Ehrseman

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Crop Tree Release, timber stand improvement Crop Tree Management by Wade Conn

   
The remaining talks will be uploaded as Voice over Powerpoint presentations as they are edited. I hope to have these talks up in the next month or two depending on the level of editing that is needed. Check back soon!