Women’s Lunch & Learn: Setting Your Forest Management Objectives

— Written By Kristin Wing
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Mark your calendar for our Women’s Lunch and Learn webinar, Setting Your Forest Management Objectives, on October 6, 2020, at 1 p.m.! For this webinar we’ll be exploring how to set up your forest management objectives, as well as ways to achieve them.

Before the webinar there is a short course to be completed that will help you think through your management objectives and come up with questions for this webinar. To access the course visit the extension campus website and search for “Setting Objectives for Your Forest Management.”

The webinar will begin with brief introductions of the panelists, and then the rest of the time will be devoted to answering your questions! We have the following five panelists ready to answer your questions:

Dr. Zakiya Leggett Professor, NC State University
Cierra Ward, White Oak District Manager, Resource Management Service LLC
Elizabeth Snider, Forest Manager, NC State University
Deanna Noble, Forest Stewardship Biologist, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
Hannah Thompson-Welch, Wildfire Mitigation Specialist, NC Forest Service
Laura Hendrick, Forestry Technician – Fire

Check out the event flyer for more information, and if you have any questions, please contact Laurel Kays.

Visit our Facebook page or event page to learn more.