This in-person workshop aims to promote shared learning around selection of plant materials for climate-informed reforestation. It will bring together technology transfer specialists and practitioners from across ownerships in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington to discuss lessons learned from established assisted migration plantings. The workshop will primarily focus on assisted population migration – movement of seed sources within a species range – but assisted range expansion and species migration – movement of seed sources just outside and well beyond the current species range – will also be discussed.
Join us to learn more about the Seedlot Selection Tool and approaches for climate-informed seed selection, a critical step in the reforestation pipeline.
The intended audience for this workshop are land managers from federal, state, and tribal agencies. Register Here
View the agenda for the workshop here.
The workshop will cover three case studies:
- Post-harvest reforestation in a coastal forest in southwestern Washington
- Post-fire sugar pine reforestation in southwestern Oregon
- Post-fire ponderosa pine reforestation in central Washington