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Certified Forest Practitioners Continuing Education Unit Opportunities

The following workshops and courses have been approved for Connecticut Forest Practitioner Continuing Education Units (CEUs).  Please note that this list may not include all approved courses.

To enroll or obtain additional information, forest practitioners should call or email the contact person shown for the particular workshop they are interested in. Forest practitioners should periodically check this list for new postings and updates. 
 
 
 Date  Course Title  CEUs  Sponsor  Contact
 2/4/2021 Social Forestry Foundations and Practice 1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 2/11/2021 Achievements, Challenges, and Perspectives of Community-Based Forestry in Central America  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 2/18/2021 A University Model for Clinical Urban Community Forestry Training  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 2/19/2021 Climate Adaptation in the Northeast's Forest Products Supply Chain - Webinar  1.0 Forests, Parks and Recreation Vermont Alexandra Kosiba
802-461-3294
 2/25/2021 Community Forestry for Conservation, Livelihoods, and Sustainable Development in South Asia  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 2/26/2021 Avenza Mapping for Land Managers and Land Mappers of All Sorts   1.0 DEEP Forestry David Beers
860-965-8975
 3/4/2021 The Evolving Nature of CBFM in Parts of Africa with Particular Emphasis on Mozambique  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 3/11/2021 Working with Forest-Based Communities to Deliver Forest-Based Solutions  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 3/18/2021 On the Frontlines of Change and Transformation: How the community forester is essential to our shared future  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 3/25/2021 Building Community Tools for Urban Forestry   1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 4/1/2021 Community Forest Management Experiences in Brazil: Scenario and case studies  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 4/15/2021 Some Lessons from Engaged Anthropology and Human Rights Activism  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 4/22/2021 What Makes Community Forestry a Success? Examining Tenure, Gender, and Community Entrepreneurship  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 4/29/2021 Organizational Innovations that Make Community Forestry Viable  1.0 Yale Forest Forum Ben Walter
203-423-5117
 
 
Content last updated on January 26, 2021