Aspen Ecology And Management Webinar


    Aspen Ecology and Management Webinar, Sponsored by the Western Aspen Alliance, BLM and USU Extension Forestry

    February 18, 2012, 10 am to 12:30 pm

    The Western Aspen Alliance, BLM, and Utah State University Extension Forestry presented this interactive webinar focused on introducing partnership efforts and opportunities, including multiple topics related to current aspen management issues. Issues such as rapid die-off, poor recruitment, and aspen/ungulate interactions were presented. This webinar was designed and targeted specifically for BLM Field Office Natural Resource Specialists and Managers. 

    We invite you to go to https://forestry.usu.edu/mailing-lists and add your information to our contact lists for information on upcoming webinars, general Extension forestry information, the web version of our Utah Forest News newsletter, and the Restoring the West Conference. To learn more about the Western Aspen Alliance go to http://www.western-aspen-alliance.org


    PowerPoints (pdfs) and Recordings

    Paul Rogers, Western Aspen Alliance
    Western Aspen Alliance Introduction (view slides as pdf)
    Western Aspen Alliance Introduction (view slides and audio as Connect Recording)

    Dale Bartos, U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station and Ron Ryel, Utah State University
    Aspen Functional Types

    Paul Rogers, Western Aspen Alliance
    Aspen and Ungulate Issues (view slides as pdf)
    Aspen and Ungulate Issues (view slides and audio as Connect Recording)

    Steve Strong and David Palmer, BLM
    Book Cliffs Aspen Management

    Dana Perkins, BLM
    Challis Field Office Aspen Monitoring and Management (click on balloon icon in upper right to see speaker notes)