This is follow-up of my announcement on Feb. 9 that I had posted 70
historical forest-entomology-related photos on the website HYPERLINK
"http://www.fsl.orst.edu/wfiwc/admin/history/photos.htm"http://www.fsl.orst.edu/wfiwc/admin/history/photos.htm A spike in visitors followed and
several of you e-mailed your compliments and recollections that were
triggered by the photos. Thanks.
I have decided to continue but at an undefined rate or interval. So, I
suggest that those of you who are interested should tap-into the website
monthly to catch-up on any postings. New postings are listed
sequentially so you need not scroll through them in search of new ones.
Further comments will be made on that webpage as necessary rather than
by the present means.
All of this is possible through the assistance of webmaster, Kathy
Sheehan, who has created the best website in the business HYPERLINK
Moscow, Idaho, USA
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The 51st annual Southern Forest Insect Work Conference will be 4-7 August
2008 in Chattanooga, Tennessee USA.
We are currently working with the hotel (Chattanooga Marriott at the
Convention Center in downtown Chattanooga) to determine the group rate for
reservations. I'll send out specific information as soon as it becomes
Please submit your ideas for plenary and concurrent session topics to the
Program Chairman, Chris Asaro at chris.asaro(a)dof.virginia.gov or
434-220-9060. Keep in mind that there was no AD Hopkins award winner last
year so we will have an extra hour on Tuesday morning for the Plenary
Hope to see you in Chattanooga on August 4!
- Will Shepherd
William P. Shepherd, SFIWC Secretary-Treasurer
USDA Forest Service SRS
2500 Shreveport Highway
Pineville, LA 71360 USA
SFIWC website: http://sfiwc.org
Attached is an announcement for the position of Assistant Professor of
Forest Entomology here at the NAU School of Forestry. Please distribute
and post as appropriate. Thanks.
Kristen M. Waring
Assistant Professor of Silviculture
School of Forestry
Northern Arizona University
PO Box 15018
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Ph (928) 523-4920
Fax (928) 523-1080