Upcoming CE Opportunities
301 W. 6th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Join us for a summit on the state of knowledge and available research on fire regimes for forests and grasslands west of the Cascade Range in Oregon and Washington. The summit will provide an opportunity for dialog and interaction between participants, discussion of shared field experiences, and will feature key speakers from the field of fire ecology. The target audience for this event is federal and state land managers, private forest land managers, fire managers, fuel specialists, collaborative groups in the wildland-urban interface, extension faculty, and other technical service providers and educators.
This summit will bring together fire professionals, land managers, collaboratives & communities, researchers, scientists, and outreach specialists to:
- Learn, review and discuss the available science on Westside fire regimes and implication for forest, woodland and grassland management, community preparedness and, where appropriate, restoration needs and current activities
- Identify challenges and research gaps;
- Determine strategies/tools to assist land managers and communities in the WUI
For more information, and to register, please see the Event Website.
This series provides mill operators, technical professionals and suppliers to the wood-based composites industry with a fundamental knowledge of wood as an engineering material.
PRICING: $300 per course, bulk pricing is available. Members of Wood-Based Composites Center are eligible for 25% discount.
Fred Kamke, Oregon State University
Wood & Water Relationships
Scott Leavengood, Oregon State University
Applied Statistics & Data Analysis
William Boehner and Chris Knowles, Oregon State University
Wood Adhesion Science & Technology
Chip Frazier, Virginia Tech
Strand-based Composite Manufacturing
William Boehner, Oregon State University
Practical Wood Adhesives Technology
Bruce Broline, Oregon State University
For more information, or to register, see the short course webpage.
Billy Frank Jr. Conference Room
Participants will be exposed to two days of wood design regulation, code, and specifications. There will also be sessions on wind and seismic design provisions (with lab testing of a shear wall!) and in-depth information on cross-laminated timber in both Europe and the US.
Cost will be $225 (before April 1st). Credits available from the AIA and ICC.
For more information, or to register, see the Event Website.
LaSells Stewart Center
Adapting forest regeneration practices to changing climate, natural disturbances, policies, markets, and technology present continuous challenges and opportunities. Access to the best available scientific research on these topics is key to successfully adapting to these changes. This conference will bring together leading forest researchers and practitioners to share the latest research findings on managing forest regeneration and early stand dynamics in changing environments around the globe. Graduate student participation is highly encouraged!
For more information, see the Conference Website! First call for abstracts will be in November 2016. Registration opens April 2017.