(FREE) Webinar on microbiome in forest pathology Oct 11, 12, 19 link to registration
by Williams, Geoffrey (CTR) - FS, EUGENE, OR
Hello IUFRO, APS, and other friends/contacts
Attendees from IUFRO D7 and GTPI, colleagues from CIEFAP, WSL, SLU, FABI and the APS Forest Pathology Committee would be interested in attending the following FREE webinar on microbiome in forest pathology in two weeks - 12 speakers total, 4 per session; please forward to forpath, forent, the attendees from GTPI and IUFRO D7 meetings, and the APS committee, CIEFAP, members of WSL and SLU departments interested in forest pathology+ microbiome, and anyone else who might be interested. Registration required but free-- let me know if you have issues registering. Each session is just 90 minutes. Note: dates and times of sessions are final but please watch for last minute swaps in speakers and titles. Please pass on to anyone I'm missing... thanks!
Hope to see you there! Let me know if you have any issues registering!
USDA Forest Service International Programs, Invasive Species Program
Immediate Past Chair, APS Forest Pathology Committee
Fulbright Argentina 2022
Attend a Virtual Webinar from APS
3-Part Webinar Series: The Role of the Microbiome in Forest Disease, Regeneration, and Biodiversity
Part 1: Forest Microbiomes: Prospective Studies of Forest Health and Response to Disease
October 11, 2022 | 12:00 PM Central Time
Part 2: Microbiomes of Seeds and Seedlings and Consequences for Forest Regeneration
October 12, 2022 | 12:00 PM Central Time
Part 3: Applications of Microbiome to Understand Complex and Emergent Diseases and Disease Management in Temperate Forests
October 19, 2022 | 12:00 PM Central Time
Price: Free for all Members and Nonmembers – registration required.
Across the globe, forests are foundational to a healthy ecosystem and economy, from the biosphere to clean water, food, fiber, fuel, and forest products. The webinar series will guide you through the breadth of the forest microbiome and demonstrate how you can harness this knowledge to create sustainable and holistically managed forest ecosystems.
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