Dear friends and colleagues,
A quick reminder that abstract submission will close on 15 July for the joint meeting of IUFRO WP7.02.13 and WP7.02.03 Novel and classical strategies to manage forest health in plantations: Home | Second WP Meeting (galoa.com.br)<https://eventos.galoa.com.br/secondiufrowpmeeting/page/2462-home>
The meeting will be held in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil from 17-20 September 2023. The conference will discuss the management of forest health issues in commercial plantations.
We will also host a satellite event on management of Sirex noctilio.
The local organisers have put together a very reasonably priced and exciting Post Conference Tour: https://eventos.galoa.com.br/secondiufrowpmeeting/page/2827-post-conference…
Conference topics will include:
* Biological control of plantations pests and new technologies
* Biosecurity measures for invasive pests and pathogens
* Climate change affecting forest health
* New technologies for pest and diseases surveillance
* Pest and disease management strategies
* Status of pests and diseases in plantations worldwide
Please share this announcement with your colleagues.
Apologies if you receive this message more than once as we will be circulating through several channels.
On behalf of the Organising Committee and Working Party leaderships,
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Please, find attached a reminder of the deadline of abstract submission for the IUFRO congress (Unit 2.08.03, to be held in Uruguay in November) is quite close.
Hope to see you all in Colonia del Sacramento
IUFRO Deputy Coordinator Unit 2.08.03
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This is just a gentle reminder that the submission deadline for abstracts for the IUFRO world congress is June 15, 2023. This is very soon!
Here is a link to the portal: https://www.appinconf.com/kas/Abstract?projectName=iufro2024abstracts<https://r.notify.appinmed.com/tr/cl/dBAXc1NWwU4f6hDfwGpkc8VnTe6ITjCcvyrCU04…>
All are welcome to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations (graduate students, remember to check the box to be included in the judging for the best poster award). The list of sessions can be downloaded from the website here: https://iufro2024.com/call-for-congress-abstracts/
Best regards, Tod
Tod Ramsfield, PhD
Coordinator, IUFRO Division 7 - Forest Health
Research Scientist Forest Pathology, Canadian Forest Service
Natural Resources Canada / Government of Canada
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Ressources naturelles Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
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Greetings friends and colleagues,
Apologies for cross posting. Please consider joining us in Sweden next June (2024) for a special session at the IUFRO 2024 World Congress. The session ‘Public engagement to keep urban trees and communities healthy’ (details below) is accepting both oral and poster presentations. Please note the deadline for abstract submissions is June 15, 2023.
IUFRO XXVI World Congress Session in Stockholm Sweden, June 23-29 2024 (https://iufro2024.com/)
Title: Public engagement to keep urban trees and communities healthy
Session type: Technical
Duration: 120 minutes
Congress theme: 4: Forests for sustainable societies
Oral and poster presentations welcome!
Organizers: Joey Hulbert1, Ana Perez-Sierra2, Rich Hallett3, Susan Hester4
1Washington State University, United States
2Forest Research, United Kingdom
3USDA Forest Service, United States
4University of Melbourne; University of New England, Australia
Description: Much of the world’s populations live in cities where they rely on the services of healthy urban forests. Keeping city trees healthy is critical for mitigating the effects of heat waves and ensuring communities remain resilient to climate change. However, urban forests are often the front-lines against invasive pest introductions and their general presence in the built environment predisposes them to the effects of climate change. Given the density of people in urban environments, there is enormous opportunity for public engagement to monitor and study tree health. This session will highlight many projects and approaches for engaging communities in urban forest health research globally.
Abstracts can be submitted at https://iufro2024.com/call-for-congress-abstracts/
Please feel free to contact me with any questions. We hope to see you there
We are grateful for the extension of abstract submission deadline by the congress organizers.
Joey Hulbert, PhD
Forest Health Watch<https://foresthealth.org/> Program Director
Ravenholt Urban Forest Health Lab<https://treehealth.wsu.edu/>
USDA APHIS PPA INVASIVE Project (5.0595)<https://extension.wsu.edu/invasive-species> Director
Ornamental Plant Pathology Program<https://ppo.puyallup.wsu.edu/>
Puyallup Research and Extension Center
Washington State University
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It's time to register for the 2023 Southern Forest Insect Work Conference, 25-27 July 2023, at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel, in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA!
IMPORTANT!!!: Please note that this year's schedule begins the morning of Tuesday, July 25 and ends the evening of Thursday, July 27! Please make your hotel reservations and travel plans with this in mind.
The SFIWC 2023 registration form is available exclusively online through Eventbrite again this year. Go to https://sfiwc2023.eventbrite.com to register. The registration fee is $475 ($195 for students and retired members), which includes a ticket to the Thursday night banquet for the registrant. Extra banquet tickets for guests are $65. Registration receipts and name tags will be distributed at the registration table.
Pre-registration on the Eventbrite website is available until Friday, July 14, 2023. If you're planning on paying at-the-door via cash or check, please pre-register on the Eventbrite website.
IMPORTANT!!!: If you choose, you can pay your registration fee online at the Eventbrite website (https://sfiwc2023.eventbrite.com) with a credit card prior to the meeting! Please be aware that the deadline for paying via credit card is July 14, 2023. Credit card payments will NOT be accepted after this date! Credit card payments will NOT be accepted "at the door!"
IMPORTANT!!!: If you are not paying your registration fee with a credit card, please go to Eventbrite website (https://sfiwc2023.eventbrite.com) to fill out the registration form, indicating your payment preference. You may pay via mailing a check to me ("Pay By Check") or using a check or cash at the meeting ("Pay At The Door").
Please be aware that an additional $8.00 fee applies to all Canadian and other non-U.S. checks.
One banquet ticket (for yourself) is included in your registration fee. Extra banquet tickets for adult ($65) and children 5-12 ($30) guests can be purchased using the online registration form. Children 4-and-under eat free!
If you do not want to pay for your extra banquet ticket(s) using a credit card, please select the number of tickets you want and then choose your preferred method of offline payment. If you are paying for your extra banquet ticket(s) separately from your registration fee, please fill out separate online forms for your registration fee and ticket(s).
Remember to reserve your room at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel no later than June 24. Mention the group code "SFI" when booking your hotel reservation by phone (800-325-3535) or reserve online here<https://www.marriott.com/events/start.mi?id=1660937794053&key=GRP> to get the special rate of $149.00 per night plus tax. Please go to http://www.sfiwc.org/annual-meeting/ for details.
Self-parking is available for $15 per day plus tax.
Meeting details are available on http://www.sfiwc.org/annual-meeting/.
I hope to see you in Raleigh!
William P. Shepherd, SFIWC Secretary-Treasurer
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