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UI Website Aims to Simplify Forestry Best Management Practices
Posted: Wednesday, May 1 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – A new website is taking root to help forest owners and others comply with Idaho forestry best management practices designed to protect water quality and the environment. University of Idaho Extension Forestry and the Idaho Department of Lands developed the website, www.idahoforestrybmps.org. It explains the importance of best management practices or BMPs toprotecting watersh...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Natural Resources | Extension | Forestry
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Filling a Void: U-Idaho Announces Renewable Materials Program
Posted: Thursday, March 7 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho — With the market for green products on the rise, the need for employees with skills and experiences in developing and marketing green products is becoming critical. The University of Idaho’s recently renamed College of Natural Resources Renewable Materials program is uniquely suited to develop future professionals to meet this need. “This is an exciting, new oppo...
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Natural Resources | Forest Products | Renewable Materials | Forest Products | News Release | Forest Products | Renewable Materials | Forestry | environment | Tom Gorman | Renewable Materials | Renewable Materials | CNR
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Registrations due Nov. 1 for Forestry Shortcourse offered in Coeur d’Alene
Posted: Tuesday, October 23 2012
COEUR D'ALENE -- A six-session Forestry Shortcourse scheduled Nov. 7 to Dec. 9 at Coeur d'Alene will help enrich forest landowners' understanding of forest ecology, silviculture, forest health, wildlife habitat, and other forestry topics. Those interested are asked to pre-register by Nov. 1. In the process, participants are coached by natural resource professionals on how to develop a m...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Extension | Bonner County | Forestry | Moscow | Kootenai County | Sandpoint
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Registrations due Sept. 7 for GPS Workshop in St. Maries
Posted: Monday, August 27 2012
ST. MARIES -- A Global Positioning System or GPS receiver is becoming as common to work and play in forests as a compass. A University of Idaho Extension Forestry workship planned Sept. 14 at St. Maries focuses on helping users who feel they are only using a small portion of their GPS receiver's capabilities.  The University of Idaho Extension “Using Your GPS” pr...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Northern Idaho | Extension | Bonner County | Forestry | Kootenai County | Latah County
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Forest Thinning & Pruning Field Day Set for St. Maries June 16, Cottonwood July 20
Posted: Saturday, July 21 2012
Local forest owners can learn how to implement these practices more effectively in Thinning and Pruning Field Days scheduled June 16 in St. Maries and July 20 in Cottonwood. Trees killed by bark beetle attacks always make forest owners ask: “what can we do about it?” Whether you have problems with insects or disease, concerns about fire, or just want to help forest growth, the...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Extension | Bonner County | Forestry | Kootenai County | Nez Perce County | Latah County
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Registrations due July 12th for Forest Root Disease workshop in Hayden, Idaho
Posted: Tuesday, July 3 2012
HAYDEN, Idaho -- A two-day workshop, "Root Disease: The Hidden Menace," is planned July 19-20 at to help forest owners, loggers and natural resource professionals better diagnose root disease issues and manage forests in ways that reduce root disease impacts. Registrations are due July 12. Root diseases are the primary tree killer on two-thirds of northern Idaho forests. ...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Northern Idaho | Extension | Forestry | Kootenai County
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Sandpoint Forestry Shortcourse Registrations Due June 6
Posted: Wednesday, May 30 2012
Many Idaho forest landowners desire a better understanding of how forests grow and how they can better manage their forest property to meet their goals. Furthermore, forest landowners are often required to demonstrate planned, active forest management to qualify for forestry property tax incentives and cost-share assistance. This summer, a 6-session program, titled the Forestry Shortcourse, ...
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Extension | Bonner County | Forestry | Kootenai County
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Logger Education to Advance Professionalism Session at Coeur d'Alene
Tuesday, April 24 2012 to Thursday, April 26
COEUR D'ALENE -- Loggers who want to learn more about tree biology and forest ecology, or about the impacts of their harvest practices on forest streams can register for University of Idaho Extension and Idaho Department of Lands' Logger Education to Advance Professionalism program at Couer d'Alene until April 17. The LEAP program's session at Coeur d'Alene is scheduled for April 24-26....
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Extension | Bonner County | Forestry | Kootenai County | Nez Perce County | Latah County
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Landscaping for Fire Prevention Workshop Planned in Coeur d'Alene
Monday, April 9 2012 at 6:00 PM
COEUR d'ALENE -- A two-hour workshop “Landscaping for Fire Prevention” planned April 9 by University of Idaho Extension in Kootenai County will offer rural homeowners an opportunity to learn about such techniques, discuss their wildland fire experiences, and participate in a simple exercise to assess their homes' interface fire risk. Registrations are due April 3 for the program that will be ...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Extension | Forestry | Kootenai County
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St. Maries Logger Education Workshop Registrations Due March 8
Posted: Thursday, March 1 2012
Over 1,400 Idaho loggers have taken the 3-day University of Idaho Extension program on forest ecology, silviculture, and water quality, titled Logger Education to Advance Professionalism or LEAP. LEAP Update is an annual opportunity for LEAP graduates to build on that professional development in forestry. LEAP Update will be held in St. Maries, March 15-16. This year’s topics include: soil d...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Extension | Forestry | Kootenai County | Nez Perce County | Latah County
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