Video & Webinars

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The Northern Research Station and partners use video and webinars to bring you the best available science.


Rooted in Research

Rooted in Research is the Northern Research Station's science delivery platform, with events and products tailored to natural resource professionals, partners, collaborators, and engaged citizens throughout the Northeast and Midwest.

Recorded Webinars

May 2022 Rooted in Research Webinar

Eco-hydrology modeling in the Central Hardwoods : Soil moisture, vegetation, fire, and climate change

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 11:00 – 12:00 noon EDT / 10:00 - 11:00 am CDT

Antoine Randolph Eco-Hydrology and Watershed Modeler, Canaan Valley Institute
Ben Rau, Research Hydrologist and Matt Dickinson, Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station

Fueling Collaboration

Presented by the Northern Research Station and the Fire Science Exchange Network

A triangle with the words Communication, Connection, and Knowledge on each of the sides

A series of interactive panel discussions designed to encourage collaboration between fire managers and researchers. This discussion series will be built on questions from the registered attendees.

Recorded Webinars

Urban Forest Connections

The Forest Service's Urban Forest Connections webinar series brings experts together to discuss the latest science, practice, and policy on urban forestry and the environment. These webinars are open to all.


Healthy Trees Healthy Cities Training Videos

Healthy Trees Healthy Cities Training Videos

View the training videos for the Healthy Trees, Healthy Cities (HTHC) app.

Forestry for the Long Term: Lessons in Sustainability from Maine's Penobscot Experimental Forest

Penobscot Experimental Forest

This video highlights silvicultural research on the Penobscot Experimental Forest, focusing on shelterwood, single-tree selection, diameter limit cutting, exploitive harvest, and ecological forestry. The video was produced through a partnership with the University of Maine.

For more videos, visit the Forest Service YouTube channel.