1-4 EDT on Monday June 21, 2021 • Sault Ste. Marie – Ontario – Canada
The 13th North American Forest Ecology Workshop (NAFEW) has been postponed until June 19-23, 2022. In lieu of an in-person meeting in 2021 we will be hosting a half day virtual meeting on Monday June 21, 2021 from 13:00 until 16:00 EDT. The virtual meeting will consist of keynote speakers, a panel discussion and breakout discussions on hot topics in forest ecology and forest management. Here is the detail schedule :
- 12:30 Virtual Meeting Site Opens for sign in
- 13:00 Introduction to meeting and moderator
- 13:10 Keynote Speaker Dr. Linda Nagel
- 13:40 Keynote Speaker Dr. Mike Dockry
- 14:10 Keynote Speaker Dr. Cindy Prescott
- 14:40 Keynote Speaker Dr. Tarin Toledo Aceves
- 15:10 Health Break; Sign in with Panel Discussion Link
- 15:20 Panel Discussion
- 16:00 Wrap up and Meeting Announcement for NAFEW 2022
- 16:10 End of meeting
Claudette Trudeau is an Anishinabe-kwe (Ojibwa), Mukwa dodem (Bear Clan), a member of the Serpent River First Nation and a first-generation Indian Residential School survivor. Claudette earned a B.A. in Sociology and has thirty years experience working in the Canadian federal government, including Employment Canada, Statistics Canada and Indigenous Services Canada, specializing in Indigenous policy, statistics and research. She is currently with Natural Resources Canada as a policy advisor at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre in Sault Ste. Marie. Claudette takes pride in supporting a more inclusive and collaborative approach on Indigenous perspectives in her policy work.
Registration is now closed! We thank all the participants of the 2021 edition. We look forward to seeing you again, this time in person, in June 2022!