This 5-part focused lecture series introduces the fundamental principles of forest habitat management. The series is taught by Brenda McComb, emeritus professor at Oregon State University.

Series Objectives:

To introduce concepts and theory and of wildlife habitat selection and application of forest management to provide habitat for selected species or for conservation of biological diversity
To help participants with forestry, wildlife, environmental sciences, fisheries, and related backgrounds to find a common ground when approaching management of forests for multiple values
To introduce approaches of managing forests to achieve desired conditions for selected species or the conservation of biological diversity
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Advanced Tech Skills (Matrix)
Wildlife Habitat Assessment & Management


315 minutes
Training Type
Online Learning

United States