Join the Southern Fire Exchange and our workshop partners (USDA Forest Service, Tall Timbers Research Station, FSU Coastal and Marine Lab and the Apalachicola Regional Stewardship Alliance) as we bridge the gap between science and management when it comes to issues related to duff fires in southeastern upland ecosystems. Presentations at this one day workshop will include the latest science and management information related to pine mortality associated with fires in sites with heavy duff loads.
After a catered lunch we’ll visit a nearby long-unburned longleaf stand that has a heavy duff accumulation to discuss strategies, science and options for management success.
What: Workshop and Field Visit on Duff Fire Science and Management
Who: Land Managers, Consultants, Researchers, Landowners, Students
When: Thurs. Oct. 19, 2017 8:30 - 3:30 PM ET
Where: FSU Marine Lab. St. Teresa, Florida
SAF CFE Credit Expected. Lunch, snacks and materials will be provided. Hurry! Seats are limited and registration ends Oct. 13th.
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