CIF-Rocky Mountain Section Technical Workshop – Climate Change & Forest Management

  •  25 November 2021
     9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Climate Change & Forest Management: What are the impacts & what are we doing about it?

The CIF-IFC Rocky Mountain Section is hosting a virtual technical session on November 25, 2021 from 9am – 3:30pm (Mountain Time).

Click here to access the event poster!

Who should attend? Practitioners interested in how climate change has and will continue to impact various aspects of forest management.


What topics will be covered? A diverse lineup of speakers from industry, government and the scientific community will share their expertise on:

  • How Climate Change can be assessed in relation to forest management
  • How Climate Change can be considered and incorporated into forest management planning
  • How carbon is considered
  • How wildfire management and Climate Change are related

Access the agenda here!


Online registration available below – Closer to the event date, you will receive information on how to join the online platform.

Deadline to register is Monday, November 22nd, 2021 at 9am (Mountain Time).

Tickets Fee
CIF-IFC Members $25
Student CIF-IFC Members $15
Retired CIF-IFC Members $15
Non-members $35

Continuing Education Credits
Level 1 –Max. 5.5 hours

Questions? For further information please contact Hudson Foley @

Presentation Material

Click on the links below to view the presentations from the Technical Session:
Speaker Title Video Presentation
Mark Johnston,

Saskatchewan Research Council

Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Forest Management in the Canadian Forest Sector 1_Mark_Johnston.pdf
Sheri Andrews-Key,

University of British Columbia

Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability & Adaptive Planning 2_Sheri_Andrews-Key_and_Paul_LeBlanc.pdf
Paul LeBlanc,

Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd.

Industry Perspective on Climate Change – What’s been Done & Where Are We Heading?
Diana Stralberg,

Canadian Forest Service

Climate Modeling & Climate Refugia Framework 3_Diana_Stralberg.pdf
Juha Metsaranta,

Canadian Forest Service

Environmentally Sensitive Growth Models in Canadian Forestry: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities 4_Juha_Metsaranta.pdf
Jakub Olesinski,

Government of the Northwest Territories

Monitoring Climate Change Impact on Forests 5_Jakub_Olesinski.pdf
David Stevenson,

Finite Carbon Canada

Forest Carbon is a Forest Product 6_David_Stevenson.pdf
Mike Flannigan,

Thompson Rivers University

Wildfires and Climate Change 7_Mike_Flannigan.pdf
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