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PLSC 219

Introduction to Prairie and Community Forestry

Urban and traditional forestry as applied to the Great Plains region, as well as global forests. History, opportunities, and basic interactions of forestry with wildlife, parks and recreation, horticulture, and the ecology of the planet. 2 lectures. Fall, odd years. 2 credits.

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Instructor: Dr. Joseph Zeleznik
Office: 212 Walster Hall
Phone: 701-231-8143


PowerPoint Presentations

Agroforestry II - Riparian Buffers
Agroforestry Assistance
Tree Appraisals in Urban and Rural Settings
Windbreak Function
Hazard Trees

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