Forest Management Responses to Invasive Insects

Mortality from many invasive insects including emerald ash borer and hemlock woolly adelgid are impacting the long-term development and management of forests across the northeast.

Heard in the Woods: Learning from What Landowners Have to Say

This interactive webinar explored some of the common perceptions (both true and false) held by Pennsylvania's private forest landowners. Recordings of both sessions are posted.

Restoration of Degraded Forests

Degraded woodlots often contain small diameter, poor quality, and often unhealthy trees.

Fish Health Starts on Land

Unlike fish that inhabit larger waterways, many threats to stream fish can be traced back to improper management of land adjacent to the stream corridor.

Woodland Enterprise Development

Removing invasive plants, promoting regeneration, and other practices top the needed activities for improving woodland health and function.

Truths and Myths about Chronic Wasting Disease

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was initially discovered in mule deer in Colorado 50 years ago but was detected in Pennsylvania in 2012 in wild and captive white-tailed deer.

Hosting a Woods Walk: Best Practices for an Outstanding Education Event

Ever wanted to host a woods walk, but just aren’t sure what it would entail?

Invasive Forest Insects

Updates on emerald ash borer and other established pests, as well as the spotted lanternfly

Residential Wood Heat

Wood is the fastest growing residential heat fuel in the United States and accounts for 75% of the residential renewable energy produced.

Center for Private Forests

Address

416 Forest Resources Building
University Park, PA 16802

Center for Private Forests

Address

416 Forest Resources Building
University Park, PA 16802