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2020 Forest Health Monitoring Workshop

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, North Carolina

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, North Carolina. Image by North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.


Location:

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, North Carolina

Date:

February 25-27th, 2020

Information:

The Forest Health Monitoring Workshop is held bi-annually to provide information and foster discussion on the broad-scale monitoring of biotic and abiotic impacts on the health of the Nation's forests.

The 2020 meeting will focus on collaborative forest health monitoring efforts between State and Federal partners. Special sessions will cover diverse topics such as emerging technologies, practical monitoring methodology, and the development of monitoring networks and cooperation.

Save the date for this gathering to be held in the beautiful North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, located in downtown Raleigh.

Planning for the 2020 Forest Health Monitoring is in its final stages. Share the Forest Health Monitoring Workshop Invitation Letter (318 KB PDF) with your supervisor to ensure that you are allowed to join us in Raleigh.   In addition to the letter, we have a copy of the 2020 FHM Draft Workshop Agenda (740 KB PDF) to share. This Agenda is very close to being finalized, we just have a few finishing touches that will result in minor changes.

Poster Submissions:

Poster submissions are requested for the FHM meeting February 24-27th (in Raleigh, NC), particularly for EM projects funded in FY2018 and FY2019.

Maximum dimensions are 48 X 48 inches, although exceptions can be accommodated with advance notice. Posters can be brought directly to the meeting or sent to:

Frank Koch
3041 East Cornwallis Road
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

Mailed posters must be received in Raleigh by February 24th. Please confirm poster submissions with Amy Gannon (agannon@mt.gov, (406) 542-4283) by February 3 including title, authors and, if applicable, year(s) of EM award.

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