Webinars Replays – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests
[21.04.2023] – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests
During this webinar, Hervé Jactel will comment on the main outcomes of the HOMED project that finished in 2022. Samantha Green will tell us about the citizen science to detect new damages in UK and Christophe Orazio will introduce Silvalert. Nicola Luchi will focus on tools for monitoring biotic risks.
[13.01.2023] – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests – Tree Breeding
During this webinar B4EST project partners will comment on the main outcomes of the project that finished in 2022. This webinar will be an opportunity to discuss how tree breeding new tools can help to better adapt forest plantations to global change, what are the deployment recommendations and tools developed during the project and legal issues and policy needs identified.
[25.11.2022] – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests – Clearcutting
This month, Let’s Talk About Planted Forests will address the subject of clearcutting and the impact on plantations, following the collective “CREFF Expertise” led by the GIP Ecofor and the RMT Aforce since march 2021, aiming to draw up a state of knowledge on clearcutting and forests stand renewal, and an analysis of renewal methods in a climate change context.
[16.09.2022] – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests – Clonal Forestry
How to manage the risks? What are the challenges? New trends and practices? During this webinar, you will have the opportunity to, hear experts share their views, discover trends and new practices, the different clonal species (pine, poplar, eucalyptus…) and regions where these are being planted.
[23.06.2022] – Opening talks – Implications of the new EU Forest Strategy for
A series of presentations questioning various aspects of forest plantation management in the light of the new EU Forest Strategy
[18.03.2022] – Let’s Talk About Planted Forests – Will we run out of seeds?
Let’s Talk About Planted Forest webinar address the subject of seed availability and the impact on plantations. During the webinar, you will learn about the situation in Great Britain, France and seed production in Portugal.
This event is co-organized by the IEFC, the IUFRO task force “Resilient Planted Forest Serving Society & Bioeconomy” and the EFI Research Network on Planted Forests
Main sponsors of IEFC
Région Nouvelle Aquitaine France, Gobierno Vasco Spain, Forest Research UK