Planning and hosting an online discussion event focused on the science and strategies of forest regeneration
Forests across the northeastern U.S. are facing complex and interacting stressors, including climate change, recovery from acid rain and invasive pests and diseases. Now is a critical time for researchers and practitioners to work together to understand ecology and management issues surrounding current and future forest regeneration.
The Regeneration Roundtable is a facilitated online discussion with ecologists, foresters and natural resource managers about the regeneration of hardwoods in the Northern Forest. Students are playing a central role in all stages of the roundtable, including interviewing stakeholders, drafting the event agenda and creating a summary document after the event.
Topics: Education; Energy, Environment and Sustainability
Natalie Cleavitt, Department of Natural Resources
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Community partner: Hubbard Brook Research Foundation
Engaged Opportunity Grants
Supporting a wide range of community-engaged learning projects, from student leadership programs and partnership building to events and conference travel. Open to all faculty and staff.