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Annosum Root Rot
Asian Longhorned Beetle
Brazilian Peppertree
Callery pear
Chinese Privet
Chinese Tallow Tree
Emerald Ash Borer
Fall Cankerworm
Spongy Moth
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Japanese Climbing Fern
Japanese Stiltgrass
Johnson Grass
Laurel Wilt
Oak Decline
Oak Wilt
Prescribed fire
Southern Pine Beetle
Southern Pine Decline
Spotted Lanternfly
Tree of Heaven
Weather and Climate


Southern Pine Beetle Biology, Ecology, and Management
April 19, 2017

This webinar will cover basic biology, ecology, and management of the southern pine beetle (SPB). While the focus of the webinar will be the southeastern U.S., attention will be given to the recent encroachment of SPB into the northeastern states.

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Biology and Management in the Southeastern U.S.
March 29, 2017

The hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is a non-native insect that is responsible for the death of millions of eastern hemlock trees in the eastern U.S. This webinar will review HWA biology and management options, with a focus on lands in the southeastern U.S.

Integrative Forest Management for Wildlife and Forest Health
February 15, 2017

This webinar will discuss forest management strategies to improve wildlife habitat in forests while maintaining productivity and health. Different methods to meet these objectives will be covered.

The People Have Spoken: Using Forest and Firewood National Polling Data to Promote Forest Health
January 25, 2017

This webinar will discuss results from a national survey of citizen attitudes toward invasive species, firewood movement, and forest health. This webinar is jointly sponsored by the SREF Forest Health and Invasive Species Program and the Firewood Outreach Coordinating Initiative.

Heterobasidion (aka Annosum or Fomes) Root Disease of Pines in the South
November 17, 2016

This webinar will cover the identification, biology, and management of Heterobasidion root rot in the southeast U.S. Heterobasidion root disease is also known as annosum root disease or fomes root disease.

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