Events

Conferences and Events of Interest

These noteworthy conferences, workshops, meetings, lectures, projects, calls for papers, and collaborations underway are provided for informational purposes only; please follow the appropriate links or contact the organizers for further details.

If you know of similar relevant events or projects, please email Andrea Anderson.

Forest History Society Events

Sept. 30, 2021
9:30am - 10:30am ET /  1330 - 1430 UTC
"Stone Pine Cultivation and the Emerging Bioeconomy in Chile"
A virtual presentation by Verónica Loewe Muñoz. Part of the Unlocking the Bioeconomy for Nontimber Forest Products series.
Learn more and register HERE.
Oct. 20, 2021
7:30am - 8:30am ET /
1130 - 1230 UTC
"Comparing the Potential of Non-Wood Forest Products in Six European Regions"
A virtual presentation by Harald Vacik. Part of the Unlocking the Bioeconomy for Nontimber Forest Products series.
Learn more and register HERE.
Oct. 21, 2021 "The Twilight of the Hemlocks and Beeches"
A virtual presentation by Tim Palmer. Part of the Unprecedented Seasons webinar series.
Oct. 23, 2021 Forest History Society's Board of Directors Meeting
Via Zoom
Nov. 3, 2021
1pm ET
Lynn W. Day Lectureship in Forest and Conservation History
"'Giving Character to the Landscape': An Environmental History of the American Chestnut"
Presentation by Donald Edward Davis via Zoom
Learn more and register HERE
Nov. 18, 2021
8:30-9:30 ET /
1330-1430 UTC
"Commercialization of Baobab Fruit Products as an Exemplary NTFP: Lessons Learned from Local to Global Markets"
A virtual presentation by Katie Meinhold. Part of the Unlocking the Bioeconomy for Nontimber Forest Products series.
Learn more and register HERE.

Other Events of Interest

November 3–7, 2021 Society of American Foresters
National Convention
Location: Online
FHS is a virtual exhibitor
 March 23–27, 2022 American Society for Environmental History
Annual Conference. Theme: "Disaster and Renewal"
Location: Eugene, OR
May 2–6, 2022 XV World Forestry Congress
The WFC is the largest gathering of forestry stakeholders and takes places about every 6 years. It offers an opportunity to a broad range of stakeholders to build a vision for forests for the future, share information and experience on scientific, technical, and policy matters, exchange ideas, and seek common solutions.
Location: Seoul, Republic of Korea