Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 4 of 4 "Being a Good Neighbor"
Jun
29
8:30am 8:30am

Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 4 of 4 "Being a Good Neighbor"

PART 4 of 4

This program will examine what protocols should be in place to minimize adverse effects to those neighboring your spray site.

Panelists and presenters include foresters, subject matter experts, and state agency and public policy representatives, moderated by Mike Cloughesy, OFRI’s director of forestry.

There’ll be opportunity to ask questions on-line and earn up to six Continuing Education Credits through the Society of American Foresters when attending the complete series of 4 programs. The total cost for this four-part series is $100.

Presented by Western Forestry and Conservation Association with funding provided by Oregon Forest Resources Institute and Oregonians for Food & Shelter.

 

 

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Forest Herbicide Best Practices: Part 3 of 4 "Managing the Day of Event"
Jun
22
8:30am 8:30am

Forest Herbicide Best Practices: Part 3 of 4 "Managing the Day of Event"

PART 3 of 4

This program will review final pre-ops, detailed spray day project plans, post-op protocols, crisis management and regulatory concerns.

Panelists and presenters include foresters, subject matter experts, and state agency and public policy representatives, moderated by Mike Cloughesy, OFRI’s director of forestry.

There’ll be opportunity to ask questions on-line and earn up to six Continuing Education Credits through the Society of American Foresters when attending the complete series of 4 programs. The total cost for this four-part series is $100.

Presented by Western Forestry and Conservation Association with funding provided by Oregon Forest Resources Institute and Oregonians for Food & Shelter.

 

 

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Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 2 of 4 "Pre-Operations Planning
Jun
15
8:30am 8:30am

Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 2 of 4 "Pre-Operations Planning

PART 2 of 4

This program will cover working with spray contractors including training, pre-flight checklists, shared responsibilities and compliance

Panelists and presenters include foresters, subject matter experts, and state agency and public policy representatives, moderated by Mike Cloughesy, OFRI’s director of forestry.

There’ll be opportunity to ask questions on-line and earn up to six Continuing Education Credits through the Society of American Foresters when attending the complete series of 4 programs. The total cost for this four-part series is $100.

Presented by Western Forestry and Conservation Association with funding provided by Oregon Forest Resources Institute and Oregonians for Food & Shelter.

 

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Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 1 of 4 "Why do we Spray?"
Jun
8
8:30am 8:30am

Forestry Herbicide Best Practices: Part 1 of 4 "Why do we Spray?"

PART 1 of 4

This series of live, online workshops include both technical and general information that anyone in the forestry community will find informational and useful.

This program will discuss why we spray, examine a variety of situational scenarios and application techniques, which plants to control and ground water issues to consider.

Panelists and presenters include foresters, subject matter experts, and state agency and public policy representatives, moderated by Mike Cloughesy, OFRI’s director of forestry.

There’ll be opportunity to ask questions on-line and earn up to six Continuing Education Credits through the Society of American Foresters when attending the complete series of 4 programs. The total cost for this four-part series is $100.

Presented by Western Forestry and Conservation Association with funding provided by Oregon Forest Resources Institute and Oregonians for Food & Shelter.

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Water Management for Row Crops
Feb
25
8:30am 8:30am

Water Management for Row Crops

Rising costs of water, power, chemicals and seeds put pressures on farmers to produce more with less. Increasing yield with fewer resources requires intelligent cultivation. There are many new technologies to help farmers succeed, but choosing the right ones can be overwhelming and time consuming.

We'll help you cut to the chase in this tightly-managed, time efficient live webTV event produced by technology-agnostic facilitators.



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Water Management: Filtering Water for Re-Use
Jul
29
10:00am10:00am

Water Management: Filtering Water for Re-Use

With growing concerns over rising disposal costs, water shortages and increasing water use restrictions taking effect, many manufacturers are looking for ways to re-use non-potable water, affordably, while also maintaining consumer confidence.

The latest in our ongoing Water Management Innovation Showcase Series, "Filtering Water for Re-Use", will examine emerging technologies that offer a range of real, actionable solutions for filtering and re-using non-potable water at this very critical time.

Our expert panel will discuss situational trends and regulatory concerns. Suppliers vetted by an industry pilot team will then present relevant solutions complete with use cases, objection handling and cost analyses in a tightly managed, 2-hour web format.


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Recovering Waste Heat & Improving Chilled Output
Apr
30
10:00am10:00am

Recovering Waste Heat & Improving Chilled Output

A major source of unused energy in many manufacturing and food processing facilities is waste heat that can or should be converted to cooling. “Absorption Chiller” technologies are one solution, but there are more - such as Adsorption Chillers and a brand new technology called Binary Fluid Ejection. Learn more in this information-packed, online session.

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Water Management: Removing Solids from Water
Feb
25
10:00am10:00am

Water Management: Removing Solids from Water

Water management is a major concern in our world today. An estimated 30-35% of all electricity is used moving water. So, for many industries figuring out how to safely remove solids from their operations' waste water is an immediate need on both expense and energy efficiency as well as environmental fronts. Learn more about emerging technologies that address this important issue in this information-packed, online session.

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