There is a wide variety of ways that Licensed Foresters can obtain a sufficient amount of Continuing Forestry Education (CFE) credits to maintain a license.
For more information on CFE for a Massachusetts Forester's License:
- CFE Categories
- Maintaining a Massachusetts Forester License.
- Forester Licensing Board policy on continuing forestry education credit
Below is a list of some upcoming CFE opportunities. UMass Extension provides these CFE opportunities as a service . Credits are in category 1 unless otherwise stated. If you are organizing an event and would like it rated for credit, contact: David Kittredge. email@example.com
Last updated: 7-19-2014
|Managing Oak, Hardwood Forest Stands||
A talk by Mike Leonard based on his recent work that he completed with North Quabbin Foresty.
Friday, December 13, 2013. 8am - Noon.
For pictures and specifics on Mike's recent work, click here.
To be determined
|Watershed, Forest, and Source Water Protection Webinar||
Hosted by AWWA Source WAter Protection Committee
Provides information regarding the various functions forests perform in protecting drinking water. The focus will be on the forest cover and treatment cost relationship, ecosystem services, US Forest Service's "Forest to Faucet" effort, and the US Endowment for Forestry and Communities' approach on Beneficiaries Pay.
April 9, 2014
Presenters will include: Prof. Sarah Dorner, Polytechnique Montreal; Dr. Travis Warziniack, US Forest Service; and Dr. Chi Ho Sham, Cadmus Group.
Check with the following organizations for additional CFE Opportunities:
- Forest Connect
- New England Wildflower Society
- UMass Extension Landscape, Nursery, and Urban Forestry program
- SAF Journal of Forestry on-line exam
- The Trustees of Reservations
- UConn's Geospatial Training Program
- The Landscape Institute (Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University).
- SOLO Wilderness Medicine
- Wilderness Medicine Associates
- American Red Cross First Aid and CPR, find your local chapter, then look for upcoming events.
- Emergency Management Institute, US Dept. of Homeland Security, FEMA, Online Independent Study Program
- The Stewardship Network is a grassroots cooperative organization working to protect, restore, and manage Michigan's natural lands and waters. It helps individuals, organizations, and businesses manage specific sites through sharing ideas, resources, and information. Monthly Free Webinar.
- Emerald Ash Borer University, a source for webinars on invasive insects, collaborative effort of US Forest Service, Michigan State University, Ohio State University and Purdue University.