6TH ANNUAL DUKE FORESTRY SYMPOSIUM
Incorporating community values into forest managementFriday, November 9, 2012
Von Canon Rooms, Bryan Center
“When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” - Aldo Leopold, Forward to a Sand County Almanac
Human communities play a large part in all aspects of forest management. Whether establishing a community forest project or adhering to criteria for third party certification, forest managers are increasingly considering the surrounding community in their management decisions. The 6th Annual Duke Forestry Symposium will provide examples and tangible tools from managers in private, non-profit and government sectors to balance management practices and community values. Please join us for this very exciting day of presentations.
Scheduled presenters include:
Leigh Ann Hammerbacher
Triangle Land Conservancy
Mark Meglos, Ph.D.
Extension Forestry Specialist
North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension
The Conservation Fund, Resourceful Communities
Urban Forestry Program Coordinator
North Carolina Forest Service
Uwharrie National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
Sarah Warren, Ph.D.
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
North Carolina State University
Master of Environmental Management/Master of Forestry Candidate
Nicholas School of the Environment