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Continuing Education for Natural Resource Professionals

Managing Forested Ecosystems (MFE)


  • describe ecosystem management principles;
  • apply these principles in developing forest plans for land management agencies.

Subjects include defining ecosystem management, landscape ecology, aquatic monitoring, forest health, ecological land classification, adaptive management, stand dynamics, and silviculture in ecosystem based management. Teaching methods include lecture and field trips by Forest Service, academia, and forest industry personnel; round table discussions, activities, and exercises. Target audience: silviculturists and biologists (aquatic, terrestrial, and botanical). Held at Clemson University and Litchfield Beach.

Date: Request in AgLearn or contact National Program Leader

AgLearn Keywords: wo 2600 managing forest ecosystems
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Tuition: TBA

Location: TBA

Agenda & Workshop Info

Vendor: TBA

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Forest Service Continuing Education for Natural Resource Professionals
Author: Shelly Witt, National Continuing Education Coordinator,
WFW staff
Phone: 435-881-4203
Expires: none

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(202) 205-8333

 Last Modified: June 2013