Pollinators in Managed Forest Landscapes

Please join us for this one-day event, which will include presentations from leaders in pollinator research and collaborative discussion with land managers to develop a research agenda for pollinators in managed forests of the western US. The aim of Pollinators in Managed Forest Landscapes is to bring together researchers and land managers to share findings from current pollinator research and to develop a research agenda for pollinators within managed forests of the Pacific Northwest.

This event, organized by faculty in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University, will include talks on current pollinator research in managed forests, a break-out session, and a group discussion. Events are designed to communicate what we know about management effects on pollinators, outline and prioritize relevant issues in management, and determine future pollinator research topics of maximum relevance for land managers. Speakers will emphasize how their research can guide management decisions (i.e., timing and extent of clearing and prescribed burning) and solutions for maximizing pollinator habitat while managing for other goals (i.e., riparian restoration, invasive species control).

March 30th, 2017 || CH2M Hill Alumni Center || Cascade Ballroom


This event is FREE to attend, but registration is REQUIRED.
Please register by March 20th.

Registration is now closed.
Walk-in attendees will not be permitted-
only registered attendees, please!

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