Date: July 18, 2018
Time: noon - 1:00 PM, eastern time
and 7:00 - 8:00 PM
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Emerald ash borer has established in most of the northeastern states. An important aspect of managing the impacts is to understand how to manipulate forests and woodlots prior to and in conjunction with EAB infestations. The webinar will cover how to identify signs of emerald ash borer and potential chemical treatment options for individual trees. Further discussion will address woodlot silvicultural treatments before and after EAB infestations, including considerations for pre- and post-salvage operations in context to long-term forest management and inclusion with other silvicultural activities.
Presented By:Dr. Kimberly Bohn, Penn State University Cooperative Extension
*** Please note: Continuing Education credits are not available for reviewing recorded webinars. You must participate in the live seminar to receive credit.
This webinar counts for 1 hour of PA SFI Continuing Education (C.E.) credit. You must complete 3 additional hours of C.E. credit to add 1 year to your training card expiration date. Individuals seeking C.E. credit must submit a completed Non-SFI Course C.E. credit form (Please request that the webinar administrator send PA SFI confirmation of your participation), a course agenda or certificate of completion, and a $20 administrative fee (Check made payable to “PA SIC”) to the PA SFI office. Continuing Education credit can only extend your PA SFI Training Card expiration date by a maximum of 3-years from the current calendar year. Please refer to the PA SFI Training Policy for a complete description of the program requirements.