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SGSF provides leadership in sustaining the economic, environmental and social benefits of the South's forests, and works to identify and address existing and emerging issues and challenges that are important to southern forests and citizens.
They use extensive research, in-depth analysis, and cutting-edge technology to develop systems to assess and analyze forest resources, such as Southern Wildfire Risk Assessment and Southern Forest Land Assessment. These proactive tools enable users - whether they are landowners, legislators or community decision makers - to make more informed decisions.
The Climate Learning Network (CLN) offers free eLearning modules and other online resources aimed at helping Extension professionals in natural resources and agriculture add climate science to existing Extension programming. The eLearning modules focus on practical ways to communicate climate science fundamentals and climate mitigation and adaptation methods to agriculture and natural resource land managers, landowners, and the public. Select modules can be taken for continuing education credits from the Society of American Foresters (SAF) and/or Certified Crop Advisors (CCA).
Through this webinar portal you can stay up-to-date with the latest research and industry practices in forestry, conservation, bioenergy, climate change and natural resources.
These user friendly webinars provide the opportunity to accrue continuing education credits, from professional accrediting organizations such as Society of American Foresters, International Society of Arboriculture, The Wildlife Society, Certified Crop Advisors, and others. You can receive continuing education credits for select live and on-demand webinars, which makes refreshing your knowledge on natural resource topics from your desktop fast, economical, and easy.
Formed to serve the Southern Land-grant University Extension community, the office of Southern Regional Extension Forestry offers a variety of free online and in-person resources intended for use by natural resource Extension professionals to enhance their educational programming and improve their own knowledge and skills. Materials include websites, eLearning modules, fact sheets, webinars, and mobile applications.
The West Virginia Forestry Association is a non-profit organization funded by its membership. Our members include individuals and businesses involved in forest management, timber production, firewood production, harvesting, and wood product manufacturing. Our members are concerned with protecting the environment, as well as enhancing the future of West Virginia’s forests through multiple-use management. Watch below a video introduction to WVFA and the industry that we proudly represent.