The Voice for Illinois Forests
 
This page lists events for the IFA and other forestry organizations in Illinois.  The sponsoring organization(s) are indicated.  It is not always possible to provide complete descriptions for other organizations' events, but we try to at least provide you with a contact for more information.

For easy scanning of this list to find events near you, each title begin with the county in which it will happen.


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Upcoming events

    • 04/24/2014
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Internet
    The USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station is pleased to announce a new webinar series, Invasive Plants – Issues, Challenges, and Discoveries.  This free interactive series, which includes seven webinars, will provide attendees with cutting-edge information about invasive plants and their management.

    This is the sixth in the series - Pathogen-based biological control of grassy weeds

    The Forest Service encourages land managers, professionals, scientists, and other interested people to attend.

    To participate in the presentations, please log in to Adobe Connect and dial in by telephone.

    If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before it is recommended that you test your connection:http://rmrs.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

    To join the webinar click on the following link: http://rmrs.adobeconnect.com/invasives/ (select “enter as guest”, then type your name). No prior registration is necessary for this webinar.

    For audio, dial: 1-888-844-9904 Access code: 8405053#

    Webinars will be recorded and accessible online as they become available.

    The webinar website is at: http://www.fs.fed.us/rmrs/webinar-series/invasive-species/ For additional information contact Carly Woodlief (webinar technical coordinator) at ckwoodlief@fs.fed.us.
    • 05/08/2014
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Internet
    The USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station is pleased to announce a new webinar series, Invasive Plants – Issues, Challenges, and Discoveries.  This free interactive series, which includes seven webinars, will provide attendees with cutting-edge information about invasive plants and their management.

    This is the seventh and last in the series - Classical biological control of weeds

    The Forest Service encourages land managers, professionals, scientists, and other interested people to attend.

    To participate in the presentations, please log in to Adobe Connect and dial in by telephone.

    If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before it is recommended that you test your connection:http://rmrs.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

    To join the webinar click on the following link: http://rmrs.adobeconnect.com/invasives/ (select “enter as guest”, then type your name). No prior registration is necessary for this webinar.

    For audio, dial: 1-888-844-9904 Access code: 8405053#

    Webinars will be recorded and accessible online as they become available.

    The webinar website is at: http://www.fs.fed.us/rmrs/webinar-series/invasive-species/ For additional information contact Carly Woodlief (webinar technical coordinator) at ckwoodlief@fs.fed.us.
    • 05/09/2014
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Iowa Arboretum, Madrid, Iowa
    The Iowa Arborists Association is sponsoring a full-day seminar on tree pruning at the Iowa Arboretum at 1875 Peach Ave, Madrid, Iowa (northwest of Des Moines).  Agenda follows:

    Check-In: 8:00 AM
    Morning Session  8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Root System Development Seed to Mature Tree: Creating Stable Architecture
    Understanding how roots develop near the trunk will improve our ability to diagnose problems and develop effective treatments. You will leave understanding how roots develop in the nursery and landscape and what you can do to improve both.

    How Trees Grow in Urban Landscapes: Applied Tree Biomechanics, Biology, and Risk Management (Part 1)
    Review how tree structure develops, how trees are put together, and how this impacts your daily pruning practices and bottom line. You will understand how trees respond to forces experienced in
    the real world.

    Break 30 minutes

    How Trees Grow in Urban Landscapes: Applied Tree Biomechanics, Biology, and Risk Management (Part 2)
    Review how tree structure develops, how trees are put together, and how this impacts your daily pruning practices and bottom line. You will understand how trees respond to forces experienced in
    the real world.

    Pruning Cut Types: Internal Response to the Three Common Pruning Cuts
    There are three pruning cuts used on trees. Learn which is most appropriate for young and mature trees. Bring home the ability to make the pruning cut at the appropriate spot to minimize pest
    problems and decay.

    Lunch 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM (Provided)

    Afternoon Session 12:45 PM - 2:30 PM

    Developing a Sustainable Canopy Architecture
    This is the most important technique to master when pruning young and medium-aged trees. It is the best way to prevent trunk decay and disease. Learn to choose the right branches and stems to remove to prevent problems later. With some practice, you can become an expert in this emerging, practical structural pruning technique.

    Effects of Pruning Methods on Tree Survival in Storms
    New research provides guidance for better pruning treatments for our trees in storm prone areas.  It also shows us what we should not be doing. This session will provide video and photos of trees
    blowing in 120 mph wind after receiving different ANSI pruning treatments. This will change the way you view trees and how to manage them.

    Outdoor Session 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Outdoor Pruning Exercises: Creating and Maintaining Strong Structure With Pruning
    Put to use what is learned during the morning presentations. Under the direction the instructor and students, arborists will make appropriate cuts on the correct tree branches.

    This full-day seminar costs $100 for non-members of the Iowa Arborists Association.

    For a registration form or for more information,
    email chipster34@gmail.com
    • 05/15/2014
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois

    What invasive pests affect the many evergreens in our neighborhoods and woodlands? How much of an invasive threat is the Callery pear, one of the most popular flowering trees in city streets and home landscapes? How can we breed attractive and ornamental trees that will be sterile and therefore not invasive? These and other topics will be addressed at the third annual Morton Arboretum Invasive Species Workshop, "Invasive Issues in Trees,"  May 15 in Lisle, Illinois.

    Speakers will include:

    • Plant pathologist Dennis Fulbright of Michigan State University on pests and diseases
    • Invasive species biologist Theresa Cully of the University of Cincinnati on how horticulture has led to the invasiveness of the Callery pear
    • Tree improvement specialist Joseph Rothleutner of The Morton Arboretum on how innovative breeding techniques can produce sterile ornamental plants that will not be invasive     

    As an additional educational opportunity, on Friday, May 16, Fulbright will lead a field tour of natural areas at The Morton Arboretum to identify invasive species and continue the discussions of the workshop.

    This workshop is aimed at municipal officials, arborists, conservation and restoration professionals and volunteers, landscape contractors, and others who must grapple with invasive species in Northern Illinois and the surrounding region. It is presented by the Community Trees Program of The Morton Arboretum.

    It will take place at the beautiful 1,700-acre grounds of the Arboretum, a world-renowned tree museum with more than 900 acres of natural areas including oak woodlands, savannas, prairies, and wetlands.

    The Morton Arboretum, Thornhill Education Center

    4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle, Illinois

    (at Interstate Highway 88 and Interstate Highway 355)

    FEES AND ADMISSION

    Conference fee includes lunch and snacks (please bring your own coffee cup) (Limit 100).

    Nonmembers: Fees include admission to the Arboretum.

    Additional Field Tour fee is $20 (Limit 20).

    $15.00 members
    $15.00 nonmembers

    REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    CALL: 630-719-2468
    IN PERSON: Stop by the Visitor Center during open hours.
    ONLINE: REGISTER NOW

    • 05/17/2014
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Northeast of Pecatonica, IL
    The Northwest Illinois Forestry Association (NIFA) will tour the Torstenson Youth Education Center.  This 750-acre facility includes a new education building, large log home, woodlands, wetlands, and pond. It is dedicated to youth conservation education with a diversity of wildlife habitat, ideal for hunting, hiking, and observation, with 90% of events focused on youth hunting. The habitat supports waterfowl, migratory songbirds, deer, turkey, and nesting sand hill cranes.


    Directions: 13735 Cook Road, Pecatonica; from US Route 20, take Pecatonica Road north into Pecatonica, turn right (east) on 3rd Street/Telegraph Road, continue about 4 miles on Telegraph Road to turn left onto Wiegert Road and then turn immediately left onto Cook Road. The entrance is about 0.3 miles farther.


    NIFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating both private woodland owners and the general public about the environmental and financial benefits of sustainable forest management.  All NIFA events are open to the public.

    • 06/21/2014
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center, Willow Springs
    Wildlife species are important components of forests.  From the leaf litter on the ground to the canopy in the sky, their presence helps to determine the health and stability of the forest ecosystem.  The ecosystem in turn affects all wildlife species living in it. 

    In this workshop for teachers of grades kindergarten through eight, we will explore the life history of wildlife populations, their interactions and their important role in the forest ecosystem.  Continuing Professional Development Units are available. 

    Sponsored by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, this workshop is part of the ENTICE (Environment and Nature Training Institute for Conservation Education) program.

    For more information, contact Valerie Keener -
    Email: valerie.keener@illinois.gov 
    Phone: 217-785-0973

    To register, visit THIS WEBSITE
    There is a $10 registration fee.
    • 09/26/2014
    • 1:00 PM
    • 09/27/2014
    • 3:00 PM
    • Legacy Pointe Town Center, Springfield
    Plans for this year’s IFA Annual Meeting “A Taste of the Forest - A Sampler of Forest Topics” are coming together.  Friday afternoon will feature short topics, the popular silent auction, and displays.  The evening banquet will be followed by the keynote speaker, a short business meeting and the close of the silent auction.  Saturday’s activities will include a field trip to Ralph Winch Sawmill northwest of Springfield to see the operation of the WoodMizer LT 40 hydraulic sawmill (a portable bandsaw mill).  Concurrently we will host teaching episodes at Hynes Tree Farm, near Pleasant Plains.  Instruction will be offered in tree identification, invasive species eradication, and tree planting.  

    Friday sessions will be held in the conference center at Scheels - a large sports, sportswear and recreational equipment store located in the Legacy Pointe Town Center at 3801 S. MacArthur Boulevard, Springfield, Illinois.  MacArthur Boulevard is the first exit west of 6th Street on I-72.   Special attractions at Scheels include Wildlife Mountain, Buck Hunt shooting gallery, Archery land, golf simulator & putting green, a Home Decor and Gift Lodge, an on-site cafeteria, a huge salt water aquarium and a 65-foot ferris wheel. Our meetings will be held upstairs in their high tech training center equipped with LCD projectors and 8’ drop down screens for audio/visual capabilities.

    For automotive enthusiasts the Route 66 Mother Road Festival will run concurrently in Springfield, so you may want to make your hotel room reservations early. Usually the car show has a parade of vintage vehicles through the streets of downtown Springfield on Saturday night. With 2 week advanced notice we can get your family free tickets to the Lincoln Museum on Sunday. 

    A “courtesy” block of 20 guest rooms has been reserved at Holiday Inn Express for Friday 26 Sep 2014 at a price of $89.00 plus tax per night for 1-2 guests per room.  The block will be listed as Illinois Forestry Association, so that when our guests call in, all they need to do is mention IFA.  The block will be released on August 26, 2014.  The contact person is Judi Elliott, Sales Manager Email: jelliott@cpspringfield.com  217-585-2843.

    There are 18 motels within 15 minutes of Scheels.  There are 6 campgrounds in the area.  A map with their locations can be found  on the Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau website:  visit-springfieldillinois.com.

Past events

04/15/2014 Webinar: The Invasive Callery Pear
04/11/2014 Sangamon County: 2014 Conservation Congress
04/10/2014 Webinar: Biogeography of Plant Invasions
04/08/2014 Webinar: Concepts of Forest Declines and the Search for Resistance to Beech Bark Disease and Butternut Canker
03/27/2014 Webinar: Hybridization in Weedy Species
03/27/2014 Will County: First Detector Workshop
03/25/2014 Carroll County: Trespassing and Timber Theft
03/15/2014 Greene County: Timber Sales Seminar
03/15/2014 Greene County: Tree Felling and Chain Saw Safety Course
03/13/2014 Webinar: Merging Chemical Ecology and Bio-Control
03/12/2014 Macon County: First Detector Workshop
03/12/2014 Cumberland County: Prescribed Burn Workshop
03/11/2014 Webinar: Attracting Wildlife with Weeds
03/08/2014 Greene County: Forestry Field Day
03/08/2014 Sinsinawa, WI: Tri-State Forest Stewardship Conference
02/27/2014 Webinar: Evolution of Bio-Control Insects
02/27/2014 Rockford County: First Detector Workshop
02/21/2014 Effingham County: Illinois Consulting Foresters Spring Meeting
02/20/2014 IDNR Webcast: Communications & Customer Service
02/20/2014 Jackson County: First Detector Workshop
02/13/2014 IDNR Webcast: Partnerships to Promote Education & Volunteerism
02/13/2014 Ogle County: Protecting Your Budget & Your Trees
02/12/2014 Illinois Prescribed Fire Council Annual Symposium
02/11/2014 JoDaviess County: Protecting Your Budget & Your Trees
02/07/2014 Effingham County: Chainsaw Safety Training
02/06/2014 IDNR Webcast: Outdoor Recreation
01/30/2014 IDNR Webcast: Land & Water Management
01/30/2014 LaSalle County: Protecting Your Budget & Your Trees
01/28/2014 Whiteside County: Protecting Your Budget & Your Trees
01/23/2014 Webinar: Origin of Invasive Plants
01/23/2014 IDNR Webcast: Habitat Restoration & Protection
01/23/2014 Cook County: Protecting Your Budget & Your Trees
01/16/2014 Madison County: First Detector Workshop
01/14/2014 Jo Daviess County: Biomass Heating Meeting
01/14/2014 Tazewell County: First Detector Workshop
01/13/2014 IDNR Survey: 2014 Conservation Congress
12/14/2013 Macon County: Managing Your Backyard Forest
12/04/2013 Webinar: Controlling Invasive Species through Collaboration and Communication
11/11/2013 Piatt County: IWC Forestry Field Day
11/02/2013 Pope County: Woodland Restoration
10/15/2013 Jo Daviess County: Central States Forest Soils Workshop
10/08/2013 Kentucky: Master Logger Training
10/05/2013 Crawford County: Illinois Tree Farm Annual Meeting
09/30/2013 Jefferson County: Forest Health Workshop
09/27/2013 Henry County: Forest Health Workshop
09/20/2013 LaSalle County: IFA Annual Conference - "Here Comes the Sun"
09/20/2013 McLean County: Forest Health Workshop
09/14/2013 Union County: Invasive Plant and Forest Management Field Day
09/13/2013 Effingham County: Illinois Consulting Foresters Fall Meeting
09/10/2013 Webinar: Woodland Legacy Planning: Carrying Stewardship Forward
09/06/2013 Pike County: Illinois Walnut Council Fall Field Days
09/06/2013 DuPage County: Forest Health Workshop
09/05/2013 Champaign County: Woody Perennial Polyculture Fall Field Day
08/20/2013 Sangamon County: Forest Health Workshop
08/14/2013 Webinar: Fall Preparations for Spring Invasives Control Work
08/01/2013 Pope County: Forestry Field Day
07/20/2013 Carroll County: IFA Member Barbecue
07/11/2013 Missouri: Professional Timber Harvester Training
06/25/2013 IFA Webinar: Managing Temporary Woodland Pools for Wildlife
06/22/2013 Jo Daviess County: The Loggers' Perspective
06/13/2013 Champaign County: Horticulture Field Day
06/12/2013 DuPage County: Urban Forestry and Arboriculture Workshop
06/04/2013 Webinar: Archaeology in Your Woods
06/04/2013 IFA Webinar: The Short and Long Term Effects of the 2012 Drought on Forest Pests and Diseases
06/01/2013 Jackson County: Invasive Species & Forest Management Field Day
05/18/2013 Jackson County: Responding to the Unexpected
05/16/2013 Webinar: Special Features of Your Forest
05/14/2013 Webinar: Controlling Invasive Plants
05/11/2013 DuPage County: Illinois Tree Climbing Championships
05/07/2013 IFA Webinar: Spring/Summer Forest Invasives and Their Impacts on Forest Health
04/29/2013 Lee County: Emerald Ash Borer Management
04/27/2013 Macon County: Tree Planting
04/25/2013 Henry County: Emerald Ash Borer Management
04/23/2013 IFA Webinar: Black Walnut Management
04/18/2013 Webinar: Managing the Threat of Thousand Canker Disease on Your Farm
04/15/2013 Knox County: Emerald Ash Borer Management Program
04/13/2013 Jo Daviess County: Tree Planting over the Last 5 Years
04/09/2013 Webinar: Tree Planting Primer
04/09/2013 Webinar: Invasive Plants Identification
04/09/2013 Webinar: Urban Wood Utilization
03/28/2013 Webinar: Thousand Cankers Disease
03/27/2013 Webinar: Developing Adaptive Silviculture Strategies in the Context of Climate Change
03/26/2013 Du Page County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
03/23/2013 Macoupin County: Indoor Winter Tree ID Workshop
03/21/2013 Champaign County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
03/19/2013 Carroll County: NIFA Annual Dinner Meeting
03/17/2013 Vermilion County: Maple Syrup Open House
03/15/2013 Williamson County: Illinois Indigenous Plant Symposium
03/14/2013 Madison County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
03/10/2013 DuPage County: Get Sticky - Maple Syrup Sundays
03/09/2013 Adams County: Pruning Fruit Trees and Brambles
03/09/2013 Sinsinawa, WI: Tri-State Forest Stewardship Conference
03/07/2013 Jefferson County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
03/05/2013 Webinar: Illinois Landowner Liability Issues
02/26/2013 Rock Island County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
02/21/2013 Will County: Winter Tree ID Workshop
02/19/2013 Webinar: Prescribed Fire Effects on Nonnative Invasive Plants in Ozark Terrestrial Communities
02/19/2013 Webinar: Basic Winter Tree Identification
02/12/2013 Jo Daviess County: NIFA Meeting
02/12/2013 McLean County: Winter Tree ID
02/12/2013 Sangamon County: "First Detector" Tree Pest Training Program
02/12/2013 Jefferson County: Emerald Ash Borer Preparedness Workshop
02/08/2013 Effingham County: Illinois Consulting Foresters Meeting
02/02/2013 Cook County: Wild Things
01/30/2013 Menard County: Land Leases, Laws, and Habitat
01/29/2013 Tree Pruning for Municipal Staff
01/08/2013 Webinar: Non-Timber, Not Non-Profit
12/11/2012 Jo Daviess County: NIFA Planning Meeting
11/17/2012 Cook County: Schaumburg EAB Workshop
11/16/2012 McHenry County: Emerald Ash Borer Workshop
11/10/2012 Coles County: Chainsaw Safety - Level 1
11/08/2012 Webinar: Dealing with Forest Invasives During Fall & Winter
10/28/2012 Jo Daviess County: Chain Saw Safety - Game of Logging, Level 2
10/27/2012 Pope County: Sustainable Living Expo
10/27/2012 Jo Daviess County: Chain Saw Safety - Game of Logging, Level 1
10/20/2012 Jo Daviess County: Regeneration of Harvest Sites
10/20/2012 Jo Daviess County: Fruit Tree Management
10/17/2012 Webinar: Restoration of the American Chestnut
10/12/2012 Macoupin County: Thinning/Pruning Workshop
10/05/2012 Effingham County: IFA Annual Meeting
09/29/2012 Jo Daviess County: Annual Illinois Tree Farm Meeting
09/19/2012 Sangamon County: Forest Health Workshop
09/14/2012 Effingham County: Illinois Consulting Foresters' Fall Meeting
09/11/2012 Webinar: Woodlot Management Opportunities
09/07/2012 Morgan County: Fall Field Days
09/06/2012 Jackson County: Forest Health Workshop
08/30/2012 DuPage County: Forest Health Workshop
08/14/2012 Jo Daviess County: Fruit Tree Management
07/29/2012 Champaign County: Annual Walnut Council Meeting
07/22/2012 Kentucky: Northern Nut Growers Annual Meeting
05/24/2012 DuPage County: Invasive Species Workshop
05/22/2012 Webinar: Invasive Pests & Diseases in Illinois Woodlands
05/21/2012 Webinar: Invasive Plants in Illinois Woodlands
05/19/2012 Jo Daviess County: Pruning/Thinning Demonstration
05/19/2012 McHenry County: Threats to Forest Health Workshop
05/19/2012 Menard County: Tour of Starhill Aboretum
05/19/2012 Jackson County: Field Day
05/19/2012 Winnebago County: NWTF "Women in the Outdoors" Event and Habitat Field Day
05/15/2012 Jackson County: Threats to Forest Health
05/08/2012 So You Want To Grow Oak on Your Property
04/28/2012 Carroll County: Tour of Mississippi Palisades Sate Park
04/28/2012 Franklin County: Southern Illinois Workshop for Timbered Property Owners.
04/23/2012 National Forest Legacy Program Meeting
04/10/2012 Shelby County: Timber Sale
04/10/2012 Early Successional Wildlife Habitat
03/31/2012 Schuyler County: Chain Saw Safety
03/27/2012 Carroll County: NIFA Annual Dinner Meeting
03/10/2012 Sinsinawa, WI: Tri-State Forest Stewardship Conference
02/22/2012 Webinar: Federal Timber Tax Basis
02/18/2012 Jo Daviess County: Knotty Ideas Woodworking
02/17/2012 Marion County - Game of Logging
01/28/2012 Elsberry, MO - Tour of Forrest Keeling Nursery
01/10/2012 Biomass Energy Development Discussion
01/07/2012 Sangamon County: NWTF State Awards Banquet
12/13/2011 Jo Daviess County: NIFA Meeting
12/07/2011 Sample Timber Sale Posting
11/29/2011 Jackson County: Goods from your Woods
11/17/2011 Webinar: Leaving a Legacy for the Next Generation: Tips On Succession Planning
11/15/2011 Webinar: Leaving a Legacy for the Next Generation: Tips On Succession Planning
11/10/2011 Pope County: How To Identify Those Bad Guys On Your Property
11/10/2011 Webinar: Timber Management for Quality White Tail Deer
11/08/2011 Jo Daviess County: NIFA Meeting
10/22/2011 Pope County: Sustainable Living Expo
10/22/2011 Northwest Indiana: Walnut Council Field Day
10/20/2011 Webinar: Providing Quality Habitat for White Tail Deer
10/19/2011 Webinar: Introduction to Silviculture Practices for Private Woodlands
10/08/2011 Stephenson County: Woodland Tour
10/01/2011 Jo Daviess County: A Novice's Guide to Forest Management
10/01/2011 Pike County: Tree Farm Field Day
09/24/2011 Carroll County: Woodland & Wildlife Tour
09/23/2011 Jackson County: IFA Annual Meeting
09/17/2011 Wildlife - Woodland Workshop
09/13/2011 Webinar: Tree Planting
09/10/2011 Stephenson County: Meet your Legislators
09/09/2011 Illinois Walnut Council Annual Meeting
08/20/2011 Jo Daviess County: Professional Restoration
08/17/2011 Webinar: An Explanation of Defects in Hardwood Timber
07/31/2011 Madison, Wisconsin: Walnut Council Annual Meeting
07/23/2011 Shelby County: Forestry Workshop
07/20/2011 Webinar: The Carbon Impact of Forest Products
06/28/2011 Non-timber forest products: Through the lens of a landowner.
06/18/2011 Managing the Understory
06/15/2011 Webinar: Forestry in the 2008 Farm Bill
06/14/2011 Webinar: Backyard Forestry (PennState)
06/10/2011 Cape Girardeau, MO: Missouri Walnut Council Annual Meeting
06/04/2011 Monmouth, IA: Tour of Oetken Farm
05/28/2011 Morgan County: Forestry Field Day
05/21/2011 DuPage County: Managing for the Understory
05/21/2011 Sangamon County: Tree Identification Workshop
05/14/2011 Jo Daviess County: Thinning Demonstration
05/07/2011 Henry County: IWC Shiitake Mushroom Workshop
04/30/2011 Rock Island County: IWC Tree Planting Demo
 
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