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A New Relationship with Forests: Nature-based Planning - Shared screen with speaker view
Stewart Spooner
21:38
Stewart Spooner, Rossland City Councillor
Aaron.Korbacher@sd8.bc.ca
22:04
I see now - nevermind.
kelseylemoine
22:23
yes it is being recorded
cara
23:05
Cara Dawson, syilx territory. R.P.Bio
Susan
25:21
Eyre Choquette -Ktunaxa,Sinixt territory
Renée Flipot
27:46
Ktunaxa - Studying forestry at Selkirk college
Kendra (she/her) - West Kootenay EcoSociety
33:38
I'm so sorry, I missed the main part of my intro - Herbs intro! Here it is: Herb is a Registered Forest Professional and forest ecologist with 40 years of experience in research, industry, teaching and consulting. Herb has developed more than 25 ecosystem-based conservation plans across Canada and in other parts of the world. Herb is an award-winning author and is currently working on two book projects. One is about forests and our place in them, and Herb is looking to jointly develop the book with Indigenous partnerships.
Kendra (she/her) - West Kootenay EcoSociety
42:35
Ecosystem-based Conservation Plan also known as Nature Based Plan, in case anyone wondered!
Mark Tallman (he/him)
46:33
Does your vision of nature based planning accommodate intensive silvicultural zones primarily for timber production? Specifically in areas already disturbed by industrial-scale harvesting. As per Clark Binkley's 1979 paper Preserving nature through intensive plantation forestry. Also Gary Merkel and Al Gorley's Recent Old Growth review.
Mark Tallman (he/him)
49:58
Q2: How do the group selection and single selection silvicultural systems that nature based management focuses on jive with regenerating shade intolerant species? Ex. western larch.
ashleylubyk
58:46
As someone teaching sustainable building, what advice do I give my students to help guide them toward wood products from systems managed through nature based planning? Do FSC-certified wood products come anywhere close?
Nick Gropp
01:01:21
Do you think there is any room for clearcut logging in Nature Based Management, such as in regimes dominated by fire
Maashu
01:01:59
Herb, what do you think about SIFCO's "Wildland-Urban Interface management" here in the Valley? How well does it conform to your NBP philosophy? Thanks so much! ~ Marsh
Nick Gropp
01:07:45
What was the name of that book if you don't mind me asking I missed it
Mark Tallman (he/him)
01:09:57
what mechanisms will allow BC to move towards a nature-based planning paradigm? How do you propose we reform / revolutionize the tenure system?
Kendra (she/her) - West Kootenay EcoSociety
01:10:47
https://www.facebook.com/events/745709346016181?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22page_admin_bar%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%7B%5C%22page_id%5C%22%3A150990878269669%7D%22%7D%2C%7B%22surface%22%3A%22events_admin_tool%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22recommended_actions%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22[]%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D
Kendra (she/her) - West Kootenay EcoSociety
01:11:16
Sorry for the long link! That is the link to the next webinar event page.
Mark Tallman (he/him)
01:11:26
(retract my question, seems like it will be covered in the next talk)
Kayden
01:12:01
What about variable retention clear cuts (both dispersed and block) in fire dominated disturbance regimes? If that would be acceptable for nature based management, what percentage of retention would need to happen?
Nick Gropp
01:12:46
Thanks a lot Ill pick up a copy
Christina
01:15:30
I have to run but thanks so much Herb and Kendra. Very interesting stuff!
Cindy
01:15:57
This was great thank you
ashleylubyk
01:16:04
Thank you. Very interesting.
Maashu
01:16:32
Thanks, y'all!
Renée Flipot
01:16:32
Very interesting Herb, thank you.
iPad (10)
01:16:36
big thanks to Herb and all involved
Mark Tallman (he/him)
01:16:37
Cheers, thanks!
cara
01:16:41
thank you!
Jocelyn
01:16:48
thanks this was what I needed!
Susan
01:16:53
thanks!
Aaron.Korbacher@sd8.bc.ca
01:17:12
Thank you
Rallin ipad air
01:17:33
Thank you so much, Herb. inspiring as ever.