Rooted in Research Webinars

Webinar Resources

Join us for our monthly webinar series!

The Northern Research Station’s Rooted in Research webinar series brings experts together to discuss the latest science with a direct land management application. These webinars are open to all.

Next Session

May 4, 2022
Rooted in Research Webinar

Eco-hydrology modeling in the Central Hardwoods : Soil moisture, vegetation, fire, and climate change

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Strategic Foresight Research in the Forest Service: An Overview and Examples

The Mixedwooders: Answering Fundamental Questions About Mixedwoods Forests in the East

The Bison are Back. Will the Rest of the Ecosystem Follow?

STEW-MAP: Partnership mapping to support effective land management and collaboration

Family Forest Landowners: Insights from the National Woodland Owner Survey (NWOS)

Primeval Paths: Bison in West Virginia

Evaluating the girdle and herbicide method for containing oak wilt

Climate Change Tree Atlas: new data and new opportunities in version 4

The PHiLL Project – How a grassroots management problem became a collaborative research study across three National Forests

Restoring an open forest ecosystem in the context of public expectations: Social science research supporting the Lakewood Southeast Project

Fire research from the New Jersey Pine Barrens: Fuels monitoring and the relationship between prescribed fire and tick-borne disease

For more information, contact Andrea Brandon, Science Delivery Specialist.