Goldspotted Oak Borer
Goldspotted Oak Borer
Goldspotted Oak Borer
University of California
Goldspotted Oak Borer

GSOB Oak Woodland Recovery Webinar

Oak Woodland Restoration in Areas Impacted by the Goldspotted Oak Borer Overview

Date: Thursday, August 30, 2012
Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific

Description:
The goldspotted oak borer (GSOB; Agrilus auroguttatus) has killed tens of thousands of oak trees in San Diego County, leading to dramatic reductions in aesthetic quality, property values, and value to wildlife. This webinar, hosted by the  University of California Cooperative Extension, will present timely information on oak woodland restoration issues and practices that may be used this fall and winter in areas impacted by the goldspotted oak borer and other places in southern California where restoration of oak woodlands is a concern. Topics discussed will include an overview of the goldspotted oak borer problem and interest in restoration; oak woodland values, assessment and monitoring; consideration for oak management plans and projects; oak regeneration tips and techniques; and presentation of a local case study.

Webinar Recording (Video)
Webinar Q & A Session (PDF)

August 30, 2012

Presenter and Presentation Information

Individual Presenter and Presentation Information including speakers' biographies, contact information, presentation title, brief description presentation, as well as links to presentation slides.

Restoration Publications and Handouts

List and links to Restoration Publications and Handouts regarding oak woodland restoration in areas impacted by GSOB.

Live Webinar Troubleshooting

If you are having trouble connecting to the live webinar meeting room, check out our Webinar Troubleshooting page for help and systems test information.


For more information contact Jan Gonzales, jggonzales@ucdavis.edu

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