Forest Farming Online is designed to train technical service providers (e.g., service foresters with government agencies, Extension professionals, forest management consultants), but is freely available to the public. This course begins with one introductory module, which you must complete first. It includes information pertaining to the basics of forest farming and takes approximately one hour to complete. A series of video and webinar clips from the coalition’s YouTube and webinar library have been compiled to present key forest farming considerations such as, what is it?, how do you do it?, what crops are popular?, how do you add value?, etc. Questions are included for you to complete along the way. Module 1 is expected to take approximately one hour to complete and it guides users to videos that follow a specific list of topics in the curriculum. Questions are linked to specific videos or video segments within topics in the outline. You should plan on spending about 20 minutes per topic.
For more information contact:
John Munsell, Virginia Tech/Virginia Cooperative Extension, email@example.com
Brent Peterson SREF/UGA, firstname.lastname@example.org
William Hubbard SREF/UGA email@example.com
The Introduction to Southeastern Prescribed Fire course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental basics of prescribed burning in Southeastern forested ecosystems. At the end of the course the student should have a working knowledge of fire law, fire terminology, fire prescriptions, fire safety, firebreaks, smoke management and a basic understanding of how to conduct a prescribed burn. This course is not intended to take the place of state Certification courses, workshops, or experience in the field. Rather, it is intended to give students a basic understanding of the principles of prescribed fire and fire effects.
eLearn Urban Forestry is a self-led, online, distance learning program geared speciifcally toward beginning urban foresters and those allied professionals working in and around urban and urbanizing landscapes, including service foresters, natural resource planners, landscape architects, city officials and public works employees. The program is comprised of ten learning modules: The Benefits and Costs of the Urban Forest; Tree Growth and Development; Urban Soils; Site, Tree Selection and Planting; Arboriculture; Assessing and Managing Tree Risk; Tree Disorder Diagnosis and Management; Trees and Construction; Public Policy and Urban Forestry; and Urban Forest Management.
For more information or to enroll, contact Leslie Boby, Southern Regional Extension Forestry, University of Georgia at firstname.lastname@example.org.