DuBois Conference Center
Northern Arizona University Campus, Flagstaff Arizona
May 16-18, 2011

Breakout Descriptions
Speaker Biographies
Banquet Speaker: George Hopper
Printable Brochure and Registration Form
Poster Submission Poster Submission Deadline March 22
Online Registration Early-Bird Registration Deadline April 2
Managing for Tomorrow's Forest

Forestry and Natural Resources WebinarClimate Change and Managing Forests: New Models and Tools— March 1, 2011 from 12 PM to 1:30 PM Eastern

Purpose: To extend greater understanding of the current adaptation and mitigation options (the 5-R's) for forest management; to make state-of-the-art climatic and ecological planning tools accessible and useful for decision makers, forest resource managers and extension educators at all levels; to explore how to make these options and tools better utilized by the various forest resource managers and extension educators across the country; and to foster understanding of where scientific research and practitioners' expectations intersect to generate the best management decisions.

This program has been reviewed and is approved for professional CFE credits by the Society of American Foresters.
May 16 Tour: 3.0 CFE credits; Category 1-CF May 17: 6.0 CFE credits Category 1-CF; Evening Presentation– 0.5 CFE credit Category 1-CF May 18: 3.5 CFE credit Category 1-CF

Registration Fees
 Before April 2After April 2
Workshop Registration $235 $295
Workshop Registration (Student SAF Member) $140 $235
Field Trip $50 $65
Field Trip (Student SAF Member) $40 $50

The workshop is sponsored by:
  • USDA Forest Service
  • University of Arizona
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Society of American Foresters
  • Arizona Cooperative Extension
  • USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
  • Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals