In my previous blog post of this series, I have discussed the strategic part of communicating a forestry conference on the example of European Forum on Urban Forestry that took place in Ljubljana in May and June 2016. Click here to read part 1. 2. From theory to practice After outlining our strategy, it was time to … Continue reading How to communicate a forestry conference in the era of social media? Part 2: From theory to practice
Forestry conferences are events where scientists and experts meet to find out about the newest proceedings and trends in their field. There, they meet with other professionals and create connections that will benefit themselves, their organisations and forests in the future. If successful, conferences facilitate knowledge exchange and are the beginning of collaboration that will … Continue reading How to communicate a forestry conference in the era of social media?
I took some photos in Oregon. Below are a few examples. To see them all, visit the Flickr album. Columbia river gorge (taken from a road stop on the scenic route). Mt. Mt. Hood as seen from the Mt. Hood ranger station. Misty Oregon coast. Sitka spruce forest on Cape Lookout. Squirrel at Cape Lookout. … Continue reading Photos from Oregon