2020 Annual Meeting
Theme: “40th Anniversary of the Intermountain Forestry Cooperative”
The following presentations were delivered online at the IFC technical meeting on Tuesday, March 24th, at the University of Idaho Moscow, Idaho. For more information, please contact the IFC.
David New, Growing Excellence Inc.
James A. Moore Keynote Address: The History and Importance of Integrating “Innovation” in to Forging Successful Forestry Businesses
Nathaniel Osborne, Rayonier
Regional Spotlight Series: It’s Not All About Research: Mechanics of a Successful Applied Biometrics Program
Terry Shaw, IFC
Harvesting and chemical site-prep effects on site productivity – 5 & 10 Year results from the Nutrient Management Study
Ryan Heiderman, IFC
Machine learning to optimize stand density as a function of management objectives and site resources
Mark Kimsey, IFC
Paired Plot Density Management: D. Fir & P. Pine 4/6Yr Results
Charlie Schrader, USDA FS PNW Research Station
Assessing tree vigor and stand health following thinning treatments in dry pine forests
Halli Hemingway, FBRI Scholar, Bennett Lumber Products, Inc.
A nonparametric approach for estimating forest productivity
Matthew Sumnall, Senior Researcher, Forest Resources & Envi. Cons., Virginia Tech
Assessing airborne laser scanning for support of forestry applications
Cen Chen, CAFS Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of Maine-PotlatchDeltic
Identification and modeling of key variables to reforestation success
Patrick Whalen, FBRI Scholar, Inland Empire Paper Company
Nonparametric modeling of site preparation effects on early stand growth rates