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Forest Health Protection—Calendar of Events

Recurring Conferences

The Northeastern Forest Pathology Workshop is an informal annual gathering of pathologists from across the Northeastern region of North America, including USA and Canada. The location and date changes annually.


Invasive Plant Conference: Paths to Restoration Success

July 31 - August 1
National Conservation Training Center
Shepherdstown, West Virginia

For managers of parks, preserves, conservation districts and other natural areas, invasive plant management and restoration specialists, researchers, students, gardeners, landscape architects, managers of botanical gardens and nurseries, extension agents, environmental educators, garden writers, recreational land managers, and others interested in learning more about invasive plants, biodiversity and habitat restoration. This training is made possible by the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health, Invasive Plant Control, Inc., Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry. Register by July 1 and save!

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Other Web sites
Other web sites with information on forest health related conferences or meetings:

The Forest Pathology Committee of The American Phytopathological Society provides a calendar of upcoming forest pathology events, including many IUFRO meetings.

5th HWA symposium Proceedings are available here.


Criteria for listing meetings or events on this page:

  • Meeting should be specifically relevant to the subject of forest health.
  • Participation in the meeting should be open to the public (e.g., this is not just an internal FS meeting)
  • The meeting should be within the area served by the Northeastern Area, or involve a large number of individuals from the Northeastern Area.

Events of interest to the Forest Health community are posted as the information is available.

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June 21, 2013