Tuesday, June 16, 7:00 pm at Shepherd of the Hill Lutheran Church
Fort Valley Experimental Forest — Dr. W. Keith Moser.
The Fort Valley Experimental Forest was established in August 1908 as the first Forest Service research facility in the U.S., and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is still a field and laboratory site of major importance for research into forest management.
Keith Moser is the Scientist in Charge (SIC) of the Fort Valley Experimental Forest. A Research Forester for the Rocky Mountain Research Station, Keith researches the adaptive capacity of Forest and Woodland ecosystems to new and variable weather and disturbance. He is especially interested in the connection between ecological processes and policy and management actions.
Saturday, July 11, 9:00 am — Dr. Keith Moser and Susan Olberding.
field trip: Fort Valley Experimental Forest north on Highway 180
We will learn about past and present research in the Fort Valley Experimental Forest on Highway 180. To carpool, meet at the Arizona State Credit Union at the corner of South Beaver Street and Butler Avenue at 9:00 am sharp.
Keith Moser is the Scientist in Charge (SIC) of the Fort Valley Experimental Forest. Susan Olberding has been in and around Fort Valley for twenty-five years, as the historian and archivist.
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