Ash Tree Inventory Field Tour
Wed., May. 3, at 8:30 am - 11:30 am
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- Limited to 40 participants
- Location: Appleton Bog; park at West Appleton Country Club, 2306 W Appleton Rd at 8:15am, vans will shuttle participants to workshop site
- Co-presenters: Tyler Everett and Nate Siegert
- Cost: Free
You must participate in the webinar on May 2nd from 3-4pm to attend this field course.
At this live and in-person field opportunity, all of the concepts and core skills introduced during the May 2nd webinar will be demonstrated live. These include:
- Recognizing brown, white, and green ash
- Delineating the edge of brown ash wetland forests
- Collection of stand, plot, and tree level data that is useful to monitoring, management, and seed collection efforts
- Monitoring for EAB
- Cultural access agreements & data sovereignty
You must register for and attend the webinar on May 2nd to participate in this field tour.
The workshop has filled to capacity. To be added to the wait list for this event, click here.
Tyler Everett is a citizen of Mi’kmaq Nation. His research prioritizes methodologies that result in Tribal led science. He is a PhD student in the School of Forest Resources here at the University of Maine and his current research focuses on the impacts of emerald ash borer (EAB) on Tribal ash resources and identifying innovative management and mitigation strategies for this forest health issue that Tribal Nation partners support and have interest in better understanding.