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October 26, 2021
Managing Bottomland Hardwoods (Web-based)
Bottomland Hardwood forests are critically important to conserving ecosystem biodiversity in the Southeast. They provide nature-based solutions for maintaining water quality as well as buffering us from natural disasters that increasingly threaten local communities with inland flooding. Can we successfully consider active habitat restoration and conservation while balancing the economic equation that family forest owners, consulting foresters, and small timber markets require?
Time 01:00 PM to 04:30 PM
Location Web-based
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Time Zone Eastern
 
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