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Professionals' Educational Opportunities
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North Carolina State University Extension Forestry and partners offer workshops, field days, short courses, and other educational opportunities for those interested in learning about natural resources. Topics cover a wide range from Christmas tree production to forest management to wildlife. Many of these programs are offered through our NC Cooperative Extension centers at the county level. All of these educational opportunites are open to the general public.
Forestry and Natural Resource Webinar Series
The Forestry & Natural Resources Webinar Series is a joint effort of Southern Regional Extension Forestry Office, North Carolina State University's Extension Forest Resources, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, and other participating land-grant universities in the South. This continuing education series for natural resource professionals allows participants to actively participate with speakers and other participants from across the nation in real-time. Click on the link above (opens a new page) to see upcoming topics, dates and to access the webinars.
Forestry Issues Forum Teleconference
The Forestry & Environmental Outreach Program (FEOP) is pleased to present the Forestry Issues Forum, a continuing education series for landowners and natural resource professionals. The video teleconference format allows attendees to actively participate with speakers and other participants from across the state in real-time. Each teleconference program will apply for Continuing Forestry Education credits. Click on the link above (opens a new page) for dates and registration materials. Call 919-515-3184 or 919-515-5638 for more information.
Dr. Robert Bardon
Department Extension Leader
Assistant Dean for Extension and Engagement
Location: 4233 Jordan Hall II, NCSU Campus