Forest Ecology/Management course – June 25-29, Corvallis, OR
This course on forest ecology will provide biologists and land managers with basic forest ecology and management knowledge and skills. While the course will be taught at Oregon State University, with daily, hands-on site visits to the nearby McDonald Forest, this will NOT be strictly a west-side forest class. The basics of forest ecology that are part of this course will apply to many forest types, and between case studies and opportunities for student engagement with specific forest issues they are dealing with, there will be ample opportunity to learn about and discuss application in a wide variety of forest types. Dr. McComb has a long career in researching and teaching forest ecosystems and the application of forest ecology in wildlife habitat management. This is a great opportunity to get hands on with a knowledgeable and excellent instructor! Tuition is waived for NPS employees!
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