North Carolina Duff Fire Science and Management Workshop

CitySouthern Pines
CountyMoore (NC2686)
Date06/26/2019
Hours08:15
CategoriaEvents
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Southern Pines
Moore (NC2686)
Tel 2019-06-26
Categoria Events
North Carolina Duff Fire Science and Management Workshop

Duff Fire Science and Management Workshop   Wednesday, June 26, 2019 8:15 - 3:30 PM ET. Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve Southern Pines, NC 28387   Hosted by the Southern Fire Exchange in cooperation with North Carolina State Parks and Recreation, the US Forest Service, Tall Timbers Research Station, and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources    Cost: $30.00  SAF CFE Credit Expected   Register TODAY to learn about: What is duff? What is it made of? How does it accumulate? Why does it kill trees? What can you do with sites that have heavy duff loads? How do you minimize duff impacts on mature trees?   Event Summary: Join us as we bridge the gap between science and management when it comes to issues related to duff in southeastern upland ecosystems.

This workshop will be a true exchange designed to expose natural resource managers to useful scientific studies and expose scientists to issues and concerns from the perspective of the resource managers. Presentations will include the latest information related to pine mortality associated with duff accumulations and management strategies for mitigating tree losses due to duff build up. Check out the draft workshop agenda here. After a catered lunch we’ll visit a nearby longleaf stand with heavy duff accumulation to discuss strategies, science and options for management success. The field tour will start at approximately 1:00 PM ET and the event will conclude no later than 3:30 PM ET.     Event Registration: Due to space, there are a limited number of registrations available.  Pre-registration for the workshop is required.
    Workshop Details: On the day of the event registered participants should meet at the Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve Auditorium. See this link for directions. Sign-in will start at 8:15 AM and the workshop will begin at 8:45 AM.  Restroom facilities may only be available at the workshop meeting location and may not be available on the afternoon field tour. Participants should expect some off trail walking on uneven terrain that may be sandy or muddy.  Participants may encounter biting or stinging insects and snakes. In the event of rain or inclement weather, the field component may be cancelled or rescheduled to a later date.     Photo Waiver: By participating in this activity or event, attendees grant the Southern Fire Exchange (SFE), its representatives and employees the right to take photographs, videos, and or audio recordings of me and my property without payment or any other consideration in connection with SFE affiliated events.
I authorize SFE, its assigns and transferees to copyright, use, manipulate and publish the same in print and/or electronically without my notification. I agree that SFE may use such content with or without my name for any lawful non-commercial purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, education, and web content.   Contact Us: If you have questions about this workshop, contact Laurel Kays with the Southern Fire Exchange and NC State University (lekays@ncsu.edu)..

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