University of California Cooperative Extension partners with collaborating organizations to offer occasional workshop series on California forestry topics.
For information on upcoming workshops, please see the event calendar by clicking here.
Past workshops: For information on past workshops and materials can be found at the websites linked below:
- May 14-15, 2018 Prescribed Fire for Private Landowners at UC Berkeley's Blodgett Research Forest, and May 16-17, 2018 UCANR's Sierra Foothill and Extension Center
- March 16 Mariposa, March 9, 2018 in Sonora,and March 7, 2018 in Placerville, CA Reforestation after Tree Mortality Workshops
- March 12 in Sacramento CA on the Tree Mortality Data Collection Network.
- February 11th Auberry, March 22nd Mariposa, April 7th Sonora, April 27th Oakhurst, May 31st Jackson, CA on reforestation after bark beetle caused tree mortality.
- September 13-15, Coast Redwood Science Symposium, Eureka
- April 22nd, Wildfire Risk Reduction for Outdoor Camps, Groveland
- October 17th, Landscape Recovery after the Sand and King fires, Pleasant Valley
- December 13th, Designing, Improving & Maintaining Rural Roads Workshop, Jamestown
- October 29th, 2013, McClellan, Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project annual meeting
- October 21st, 2013, Oakhurst, Collaboration in Natural Resource Management follow up workshop
- October 17th, 2013, Groveland, Recovering from Wildfire – resources for private forest landowners
- October 10, 2013, Sacramento, Working for Conservation: Active Engagement in Forest and Woodland Sustainability
- August 8 & September 10, 2013, Jackson, Collaboration in Natural Resource Management
- Winter/Spring 2013 Ties to the Land workshops
- May 29, June 15, 22, 2013 Managing Family Forests in California: A Guide to Stewardship Planning
- June 13 & 14, 2013 Roads and Road Management in the Tahoe Basin
- June 5 & 6, 2013 Geospatial technology workshops at the UC Berkeley forestry camp in Meadow Valley, CA
- March 6th 2013 Redwood Region Forest Management and Market Opportunities