2022 CFPC Weed Tour

*****TOUR IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 115 ATTENDEES*****

 

Dates:   Tuesday, June 28 and Wednesday, June 29, 2022 

              (**Note this is about 3 weeks earlier than normal)

    *On the day of the event, sign in starts at 6 am, buses leave at 7 am.  Breakfast items will
      be available at 6 am.

Registration: Online registration, Mail-in Registration

Host Hotel:   We will be based out of the Mt Shasta Best Western Plus

 

Best Western Plus

111 Morgan Way

Mt. Shasta, CA  96067

(530)926-3101

Hotel rate: $237.17 with taxes

Rate and reserved cut off date is May 27, 2022 - Mention California Forest Pest Council, Weed Tour

Agenda Topics:

This year’s tour will be hosted at the Mt. Shasta Best Western Hotel located in Siskiyou County. Discussion topics will cover: herbicide treatments, long-term forest projects and site prep. Though managers share common challenges in the region, each ownership has unique approaches. Herbicides play a key role. Specifically, we will see:

  • Results of bare ground herbicide treatments

  • Effects of lifting dates and storage duration on field performance of Douglas-fir seedlings

  • Delayed study release of ponderosa pine

  • Helicopter and hand application

  • Herbicide and brush study on ponderosa pine growth and survival

  • Invasive weeds

**There will not be a golf tournament this year**

CEU Credits: Must attend both days to receive CE Credits

 

Contacts for more information:

               Weed Committee Secretary Camila Quintana (cquintana@fwsforestry.com) or (510) 478-5638

                Weed Committee Chair Steve Kafka (skafka@spi-ind.com) or (209)768-5189 

CFPC 70th Annual Meeting - Presentations

(To view the presentations please click on the title of the presentation)
 

CFPC: 70 Years of Connecting Science and Management for Healthy Forests

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Video of presentations for Wednesday.

 

12:30 – 2:00 PM – Insect Committee Meeting

12:30     Welcome/Introduction – Bob Rynearson, Chair, California Forest Pest Council

12:40     Invasive shot hole borer monitoring and management in the Inland Empire, southern California – Adrian Poloni,
              Inland Empire Resource Conservation District

1:00       Indigenous and prescribed burn potential for management of goldspotted oak borer – Joelene Tamm, University
              of California, Riverside

1:20       Changes in fuel loads following the recent western pine beetle outbreak in the central and southern Sierra
              Nevada—Crystal Homicz, University of California, Davis

1:40       Mission possible? The quest to predict the next high-impact, non-native forest insects on North American trees
              Ashley Schulz, Mississippi State University

2:15-3:30 PM – Disease Committee Meeting

2:15       Questioning the value of borate dressings – Martin Mackenzie, USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Protection,
              Sonora

2:40      The role of canker fungi in 2020 - 2021 Bay Area Tree Decline – Matteo Garbelotto, University of California,
              Berkeley, and University of California Cooperative Extension

3:05      A review of common canker pathogens affecting natural and cultivated woody plants in California – Florent
              Trouillas, University of California, Davis, Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center

 

3:30 – 4:30 PM – Weeds and Wildlife

3:30       Update on pesticides for forestry  use – Stacey Clark, USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, Vallejo

3:50       A 30-year private project successfully restoring pure native annual reproduction in both forests and grasslands,
               on a property with a 200-year weed  history – Mark van de Pol, private landowner/author, Santa Cruz County

4:10       Porcupines in California: historic and current status – Tim Bean, Cal Poly SLO

 

4:30 PM Adjourn for the day

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Video of presentations for Thursday

1:00-2:05 PM - 2021 in Review

1:00        Aerial detection survey recap of 2021 CA forest health conditions – Jeff Moore, USDA Forest Service, Forest
               Health Monitoring

1:10        Updates: ISHB, GSOB, MOB, SOD, and pitch canker—Kim Corella, California Department of Forestry & Fire
              Protection

1:25        Xylella fastidiosa subspecies in California – Sebastian Albu, California Department of Food & Agriculture

1:40        2021 Update on Lymantria dispar – Joanna Fisher, California Department of Food & Agriculture

1:50        CFPC Business Meeting including a remembrance of Tom Gordon - Bob Rynearson, Chair, California Forest Pest
               Council and Kim Corella, Pitch Canker Task Force and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

2:05 – 3:35 PM - Panel: Forest Health Management in California: Important Issues

2:05        Land ownership impacts post-fire forest regeneration in Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forests—Connor Stephens,
                University of Wisconsin, Madison

2:25        Solistalgia: forest landowners, post-fire regeneration, and loss—Lynn Huntsinger, University of California,
                Berkeley

2:55        Burgeoning biomass:  opportunities to improve forest ecosystem health—Deborah Page-Dumroese, USDA Forest
                Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station

3:15         OPR Woody Feedstock Aggregation Pilot Program—Michael Maguire, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research

 

3:35 – 4:30 PM – Trees and Water Stress

3:35        Douglas-fir encroachment reduces drought resistance in Oregon white oak of northern California—Jill Beckmann,
                Northern Arizona University

3:50        A physiological perspective on conifer drought responses in northern California – Wallis Robinson, University of
               California Cooperative Extension, Humboldt-Del Norte Counties

4:05        Dependence of forest vulnerability to drought timescales in California – Gavin Madakumbura, University of
                California, Los Angeles

4:20        Water stress monitoring and mitigation in blue oak – Curtis Ewing, California Department of Forestry & Fire
                Protection

4:30        Adjourn

CFPC Annual Meeting - Save the Date 

Date: November 17th & 18th

Location: Virtual Meeting
Free Online Registration: Click here
Meeting Title: CFPC: 70 Years of Connecting Science and Management for Healthy Forests

 

Agenda: For the final agenda - Click here
  • To receive your personal GoToWebinar link to join the Annual Meeting for Nov. 17th & Nov. 18th, please click on the link below and fill out the information. Please note, you will need to fill out the information for each day of the meeting.
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/9131453283115539728
Poster Session: Posters are available
(click on the faint arrow on the right side of the poster to move to the next poster, click on the lower left of the poster to enlarge it to full screen)
  • This year there will be a dedicated "poster session" prior to the start of presentations on November 18th where a Q & A session will occur with the posters author. If the lead author/presenter is not available, please consider having a secondary author attend Q & A.
  • Poster submission is due to Leif Mortenson by November 12th at 5PM. Please submit posters as both PDF and JPEG format.
 
Please contact Leif Mortenson, leif.mortenson@usda.govfor more information.
CEU credits:
DPR CEU's - Nov. 17th: 3.5 Other, Nov. 18th: 3.5 Other
 
ISA CEU's: Received and the number of hours will be posted soon. 

2021 CFPC Weed Tour

Registration: Online Weed Tour Registration

Mail in Registration: Mail in form

Sierra Pacific, Sonora
Attention Steve Kafka
PO Box 247
Standard, CA 95373

**Tour is limited to the first 100 attendees** - Registration is now closed

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Topic: Post King Fire restoration on public and private lands, fuel break maintenance, utility maintenance

Location:         Placerville, CA

Dates:              Wednesday July 21, and Thursday July 22, 2021

Host Hotel:      Best Western Plus Placerville Inn, (530) 622-9100

                        6850 Greenleaf Drive, Placerville, CA  95667

        Registration will open at 7am, Wednesday morning. A light breakfast snack will be available and buses will load at 8am at the Best Western Plus Placerville Inn. 

  • Mention “the dates and CA Forest Pest Council, 2021 Weed Tour”

  • Rates are $134, must be booked by June 20, 2021 for this rateContinuing Education Credits: CA, OR, and ID CE’s are being applied for.

         - DPR​ Credits Approved: Laws:1.0, Aerial: 0.50, Other 12.00 = Total of 13.50