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Season 3 | Episode 1

Stocking Charts on Napkins

Jan. 30, 2022

Join our chat with Dr. Susan Stout as we discuss what she’s learned about topics ranging from stocking charts to deer.

Season 3 | Episode 2

Forests in Motion: Woodland and Savanna Silviculture

Feb. 28, 2022

Explore the challenges of restoring and managing savanna and woodland systems with John Kabrick of the US Forest Service Northern Research Station.

Season 3 | Episode 3

Reading the Bark

April 11, 2022

Examine the silviculture of managing veneer with Jan Wiedenbeck.

Season 3 | Episode 4

Fly on the Slash Wall

May 30, 2022

Learn about the innovative strategy of “slash walls,” or the use of logging residues to form deer barriers around regenerating stands.

Season 3 | Episode 5

Carbon, WHAT?!!

June 24, 2022

In this episode, part 1 of a 2-part series, we talk with Alexandra Kosiba, the first state climate forester with the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks, and Recreation, to better understand the basics of forest carbon.

Season 3 | Episode 6

The Carbon Cycle Won’t Leave Me Alone

July 29, 2022

In part 2 of our carbon series, we explore ways to enhance carbon storage and sequestration through silviculture with Luke Nave and Todd Ontl of the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science.

Season 3 | Episode 7

The Chess Match

Aug. 31, 2022

Join our walk in the woods with Mike Demchik, professor of silviculture at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, as we discuss how to better integrate bird habitat elements into silvicultural treatments.

Season 3 | Episode 8

Scratching the Surface

Nov. 14, 2022

Dig deep into the topic of mechanical scarification with insights from Wisconsin county foresters Craig Golembiewski and John Wendorski.

Season 3 | Episode 9

Woodlot Assassins

Dec. 15, 2022

Brooke Hushagen and Greg Haak of HaakHagen Goat Grazing in southern Wisconsin talk about all things goats, including their role in targeted grazing for reducing interfering vegetation.

Season 3 | Episode 10

Ecological Silviculture – A Natural Model

Jan. 4, 2023

When considering silvicultural approaches, perhaps there is no better place to look than how forests function in the natural world – a natural models approach. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Tony D’Amato and Dr. Brian Palik, authors of Ecological Silviculture: Foundations and Applications.​