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 Upcoming Webinars

 

​​Find the resources you need from the F​orestry and Natural Resources Extension Webinars (online seminars).  You will receive teachings from experienced specialists/instructors including subjects on how to manage wildlife conflicts, to learning how to utilize and anaylize forest databases.

Upcoming webinars will be coming soon.

You can view other resources at FNR Extension Resources for publications, CD's, DVD's and videos.

To view upcoming webinars and other events see the FNR Calendar.​​

 

 Archived Webinars

 

Resources & Assistance for Woodland Owners WebinarResources and Assistance for Woodland Owners Webinar - Woodland owners in Indiana have access to many different sources of assistance, providing technical, operational, and economic support. This webinar reviews programs, personnel, and resources available to help Indiana landowners manage their forest resources. Presented by Lenny Farlee, Sustaining Hardwood Extension Specialist, and Liz Jackson, with the Hardwood Tree Improvement & Regneration Ctr. (HTIRC)/Indiana Forestry & Woodland Owners Assoc. (IFWOA) at Purdue University. If you have any questions, or are in need of any material, you may contact Lenny Farlee, Sustaining Hardwood Extension Specialist, at 765-494-2153 or Liz Jackson, with HTIRC/IFWOA, at 765-583-3501.

 

Dr. Jim CatheyExtension Education: Face to Face vs. Distance Education Webinar - This webinar is presented by Dr. Jim Cathey, Associate Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist of Texas AgriLife Extension Service. It is titled "The Balancing Act: Extension Face to Face vs. Distance Education." The archived web address for the webinar will be forthcoming. If you have any questions you may contact Brian MacGowan, Extension Wildlife Specialist at 765-647-3538 or Rod Williams, Assistant Professor, at 765-494-3568.

 

 

 

3D computer photo of treesForest Inventory and Analysis Webinars - The FIA webinars are in a series of six. Choose one or all six webinars to bring you the resources you need. The series have been tapped and can be viewed by using the following links:
Session 1: Introduction to Microsoft ACCESS.
Session 2: Introduction to ACCESS and Structure of the FIA Database.
Session 3: Database queries from the FIA Database.
Session 4: FIADB to FVS Export Application.
Session 5: Making Yield Tables.
Session 6: Carbon and Biomass at the Plot Level.
Added Session: Measurement Techniques and Tools To Analyze the Nation's Forest Inventory
Recording 1 and Recording 2

Instructors include Ralph Johnson, Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Forestry & Natural Resources at Purdue; Don Vandendriesche, Forester for the USDA Forest Service; Jim Menlove, Ecologist with the Interior West Forest Inventory and Analysis Program, Rocky Mountain Research Station in Ogden, Utah; and Elizabeth LaPoint, Forester/GIS specialist, Forest Inventory and Analysis program.

 

 

 

Timber Webinar Thumbnail Marketing of Timber - Context and Procedures - This 45 minute webinar is presented by Dr. Bill Hoover, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University. This program expands upon economic backgrounds, components of hardwood markets and responding to timber or tree selling questions.

 

 

 

 

RacoonManaging Wildlife Conflicts - This free 45 minute webinar is presented by Brian MacGowan, Extension Wildlife Specialist, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University. This program will describe recent changes in state laws and permit requirements for vertebrate pest damage, damage identifcation and its control, and nuisance and health concerns.

 

 

 

 

NR Issue Webinar Thumbnail Natural Resources Issues-Programs and Assistance - This 45 minute webinar is targeted for Agriculture and Natural Resource Educators, but is open to the public and would be of value to anyone interested in natural resources and resources available within the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue.  Learn about programs, specialists and resources available to assist ANR Educators and others answer questions about natural resource issues facing Indiana today.

 

 

 

FNR IDNR 36 Tree Planting publication ThumbnailConservation Tree Planting - This 45 minute webinar describes the steps to take for successful conservation tree planting, including planning, site preparation, species selection, planting design, planting techniques, and resources and assistance available to the landowner and Extension Educator.

 

 

 

 

Adding Audio and Video WebinarAdding Audio and Video to PowerPoint Presentations - This 45 minute webinar describes the equipment and software needed to add audio and video to your PowerPoint presentation.