The north-central Idaho forests face many stressors and agents of change such as root disease, bark beetles, climate change, wildfire, high stand densities, simplified forest structures and age compositions, and altered species composition. This program will look at forest management approaches that can address multiple stressors and change agents simultaneously while providing additional economic and ecological benefits.

The workshop will be held Tuesday, June 15,

1 to 5 p.m. at the Ponderosa Restaurant, 220 Michigan Ave. Orofino. The cost is $12 per person.

Contact Meladi Page at mpage@uidaho.edu or call 208-476-4434. for more information.

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