NEMA Agroforestry Webinar Series: #2
Design and Planning for Multi-functional Agroforestry Systems
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Friday, November 4th 1:30-2:30pm E.D.T
Planning and design are critical first steps when adding agroforestry practices on the farm or in the woods. Landowner goals, landscape position, species selection, and many other key factors are the crux to successful implementation. Join us for the second installment of the NEMA Agroforestry Webinar Series, with Erik Hagan, a graduate student at Penn State and a researcher with the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Erik will provide an introductory look into design principles and resources for enhancing your clients or your own operations success in incorporating perennial systems. Erik will also share resources for learning more about agroforestry design through continuing training activities with the Northeast Advanced Agroforestry Training for Natural Resource and Agricultural Educators project, funded by Northeast SARE.
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Continuing Education Credits will be available!!
Webinar Log In Information:
1. To Access the site, go to https://meeting.psu.edu/agroforestry and LOG IN AS A GUEST (which does not require a userID or password) – the easiest option.
2. When you arrive at the site via the above URL, you can test your sound capacity via the “meeting” pull-down menu and then the audio wizard. During the conference, participants will be able to hear but not speak to the presenters
3. You can practice typing a note on the “Questions and Comments” chat box. We will clear all existing notes before the presentation begins.
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