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Out of the Woods: Enriching your Maple Business
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Join us for the second installment of The Southern Syrup Research Symposium. Dr. Jamie Schuler for WVU will be present his talk, "Timing of Tapping: A Research Update from WVU." As one of the leading Southern Syrup researchers, we are excited to have him as our second speaker for the Southern Syrup Research Symposium.

This is a special winter presentation series of Out of the Woods that showcases presenters from the second Southern Syrup Research Symposium that was unfortunately candled due to COVID-19. The Southern Syrup Research Symposium is made possible with support from a 2017 Acer Access project titled Expanding the Maple Industry in West Virginia and the Central Appalachian Region through Research and Education awarded to the West Virginia Department of Agriculture in partnership with WVU & Future Generations University.

This is the fifteenth session of Future Generations University’s webinar series, “Out of the Woods: Enriching your Maple Business.” This webinar series will cover everything from tree science and woodlot management to marketing and record-keeping. Stay tuned for more information, and visit www.future.edu/maple to view past webinars and for other maple resources.
Feb 17, 2022 07:00 PM
Mar 17, 2022 07:00 PM
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Jamie Schuler
Associate Professor of Silviculture and Program Coordinator for WVU Forests @West Virginia University
Dr. Schuler received B.S. and M.S. degrees from SUNY-ESF in forestry and forest management, and a Ph.D. in forestry from North Carolina State University. He teaches courses in Silviculture, Forest Management and Planning, and Sugarbush Management & Maple Syrup Production, as well as coordinates the Forest Resources Management Summer Camp Program. He is responsible for coordinating the management, research, and teaching activities on WVU’s 8,000+ ac of forests. Dr. Schuler’s research interests include intensive management of forests, regeneration practices, plantation establishment strategies, bio-feedstock production, and mine reclamation.