Silviculture I

FOR 250 Silviculture I is an introduction to Silviculture as it is traditionally viewed; the art and science of establishing and tending forests to meet sustainable environmental, social, and management objectives. It will prepare the student for immediate employment as a forest technologist through instruction in silviculture theory, the application of silvicultural treatments and the use of various sampling strategies to monitor silviculture activities. Emphasis will be on basic silviculture; site preparation, natural and artificial regeneration, various survey procedures from Regen Delay to Free Growing. Field and office case studies are used throughout the course.

ENVR 162, ENVR 163