Event:

Woods and Wildlife Field Day
 



The Forest Resources Research & Education Center
Wartburg, TN
Thursday, October 3, 2013
8:00 am



Woods & Wildlife Field Day
8:00 – 8:30 - Registration opens.

8:30 – 8:45 – Introductions, program overview, group A/B assignments

8:45 – 11:45 AM (each session to last 45± minutes)

o Tour A: Cumberland Forest Headquarters Area

• Session 1 –Investigations in Growing High-Quality Oak in Mixed-Hardwood Plantings, Dr. Wayne Clatterbuck, UT-FWF

• Session 2 –Organic Matter Influence on Stand Regeneration - Dr. Jennifer Franklin, UT-FWF

• Session 3 – USDA-APHIS Feral Hog Trapping, Keith Blanton – USDA-APHIS, TWRA Feral Hog Trapping, Ben Layton - TWRA

• Session 4 – Feral Hog Organic Burial Procedures, Dr. Forbes Walker – UT-BESS


o Tour B: Cumberland Forest Headquarters Area

• Session 1 - Wildlife Habitat Management related to Forest Disturbance – Dr. David Buehler, UT-FWF

• Session 2 – Optimum Seasons for Coppicing Oak, Dr. Dave Buckley – UT-FWF

• Session 3 – Stand Dynamics Following Gap Disturbance in a Single Cohort Mixed Species Stand, Brian Hughett – UT-FWF

• Session 4 – Prescribed Fire and Seedling Age Effects on Shortleaf Pine Sprouting, David Clabo – . . .


 







 
Unless otherwise noted, all events are open to the public.