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THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING!
PLEASE TAKE THIS SURVEY TO TELL US HOW WE DID!
2021 SESAF VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING
Forest Management in Dynamic Markets
WEDNESDAY, March 24
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM, EDT
CHECK OUT THE BROCHURE HERE!
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ABOUT THIS EVENT
The forestry industry has proven to be essential and resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021 virtual annual meeting of the Southeastern Society of American Foresters will address forest management in dynamic markets. Topics include market factors to consider when making sivilcultural investments, transitioning real estate markets, financing, and selling timber.
This meeting is open to forest industry and natural resources professionals, landowners, agencies, and others.
8:30 am - 9:15 am
Welcome + Keynote Address
"Southeastern Timber Market Assessment/Outlook" Amanda Lang, SESAF Chair and VP Client Services, Forisk
9:15 am - 10:00 am
"Market Factors to consider when making silvicultural investments" Dr. Mike Clutter, VP, Director of U.S Investments and Operations, Forest Investment Associates
Break - 10:00 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 11:00 am
“Forestry in Transitioning Real Estate/Timber Markets “ W. Rhett Rogers, VP, Portfolio Management, Rayonier
11:00 am - 11:45 am
"Developing Forest Products Markets" Dr. Brian Via, Professor, Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University
Lunch - 11:45 - 1:00 pm
Georgia Foresters Hall of Fame Awards Recognition
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Panel Discussion "Options for Selling Timber in Thin Markets", Amanda Lang (moderator)
Wade Hall (President/CEO, Stuckey Timberland Inc.), Todd Mullis (Operations Manager, Forest Resource Consultants), Joe Parsons (Director, Harley Langdale, Jr. Center for Forest Business, Warnell)
2:00pm - 2:45pm
"Climate, Carbon Change & Risk" Matt Smith, VP of Forest Operations, Finite Carbon
2:45 pm - 3:30 pm
"Credit Markets & Timberland Debt Outlook" Andrew Carey, Associate Director, MetLife Investment Management, Timberland and Forest Products
Continuing Education Credits:
We have been applied for 5.5 hours of Category 1 CFE credits for SAF Certified Forester certification and State Registered Forester License continuing education requirements.
Other credits are being looked into.
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Presentations from 2020 Annual Meeting
ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF PINE BEETLE LOSSES AS PRESENTED BY JIRI HULCR
CASUALTY LOSSES AND REFORESTATION USING QTP AS PRESENTED BY JIB DAVIDSON
ECONOMIC LOSSES FOR AL, FL, AND GA TIMBER AS PRESENTED BY CHRISTA D COURT
EXPLORING REFORESTATION OPTIONS AS PRESENTED BY DAVID DICKENS
HURRICANE MICHAEL AND SOFTWOOD SUPPLIES AS PRESENTED BY AMANDA LANG
HURRICANE MICHAEL DAMAGE IN FLORIDA AS PRESENTED BY JIM KARELS
HURRICANE MICHAEL TIMBER SALVAGE AS PRESENTED BY JAREK NOWAK
SALVAGE DEBRIS UTILIZATION OPTIONS AS PRESENTED BY JEREMY SAPP
SALVAGE PICTURES AS PRESENTED BY DAVE LEWIS
UPDATE ON POLICY AND LEGISLATION ISSUES AS PRESENTED BY ALAN SHELBY
WILDLIFE MITIGATION AFTER HURRICANE MICHAEL AS PRESENTED BY JOHN FISH