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Streaming Video Collection:
Managing for Red Alder/Hardwoods

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Below is the RTI Website collection of Red Alder and Red Cedar streaming videos. The links with yellow backgrounds are hosted on this website (www.ruraltech.org). The links with gray backgrounds are hosted on the WSU Cooperative Extension's website.
2008 Presentations
Presentation Titles and Speakers
Time
100
kbps
300
kbps
*Riparian Hardwood Conversion: Stand Structure and Economics -
Frank Brown, Pacific Rim Forest Management, LLC
Questions and Answers
* This presentation includes some audio disruption
25:40
Garry oak restoration in Eastern Washington: An analysis of planting practices and mature stand characteristics -
Laura Blume
(From the 5th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium)
14:05
2007 Presentations
Presentation Titles and Speakers
Time
56 kbps
150 kbps
Ecology and Silviculture of Washington Hardwoods
Connie Harrington, USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station
39:33
Click to view this video presentation at 56 kbps
Click to view this video presentation at 150 kbps
2005 Presentations
Presentation Titles and Speakers
Time
56 kbps
150 kbps
International Symposium - Red Alder: A State of Knowledge - Held at the University of Washington's Center for Urban Horticulture on March 23-25, 2005. There were over 40 different presentations dealing with different aspects of red alder. The entire symposium is available here.
Western Alder: It's worth more than you may think - Originally produced for the Western Hardwood Association in 1985. Presented for the International Symposium on Red Alder: A State of Knowledge by:
      •Grant W. Sharpe, Professor Emeritus, UW CFR
      Laurence B. Istvan, Ph.D., UW CFR
21:11
Click to view this video presentation at 56 kbps
Click to view this video presentation at 150 kbps
2004 Presentations
Presentation Titles and Speakers
Time
56 kbps
150 kbps

Managing Red Alder Workshop - On August 2004, from the Pacific Northwest shared their research and experience with Family Forest Owners, covering topics such as alder ecology, stand establishment and management, prices, and economics. The entire workshop is available via streaming video at the WSU Forestry Extension.

A Primer on Cedar Silviculture - Ron Mahoney, University of Idaho
*Audio Only
55:01
Click to view this video presentation at 56 kbps
Click to listen at 128 kbps
2003 Presentations
Presentation Titles and Speakers
Time
56 kbps
150 kbps
Growing Red Alder for Value - David Hibbs, Hardwood Silviculture Cooperative, College of Forestry, OSU
25:27
Click to view this video presentation at 56 kbps
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Changing Markets for Pacific Northwest Logs - Larry Mason, RTI Project Coordinator
47:44
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