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2006 Fall Forestry Seminar
(Postponed until 2007)

“Trees, Shrubs, and Forest Floor Plants:
Get What You Want From Your Forest”

February 10, 2007

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Reforestation & Afforestation: How to get started, How to maintain young plantations
John Keller, WA DNR, Forest Stewardship Program
Young Stands and Plantations: What is the best approach to improving quality?
Mike Nystrom, WA DNR
Managing Mixed Stands
Galen M. Wright, Washington Forestry Consultants, Inc.
Ecology and Silviculture of Washington Hardwoods
Connie Harrington, USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station
Forest Floor: Shrubs & Herbaceous Plants - Enjoyment, Diversity, and Value
Jim Freed, Washington State University
Invasive Plants; Don’t Let Them Limit Your Choices
Lauren Urgenson, UW College of Forest Resources, Ph.D. Candidate
SHRUBS, GRASSES & OLD TREES: Havens for Wildlife
Jim Bottorff, WA DNR Stewardship Wildlife Biologist
Reforesting on Marginal Agricultural Land
Bob Barker, Private Forest Owner; Bellingham, WA





















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