Multipurpose Forestry: An Option for the Future?
Director, Institute for Forest Growth
Professor of Forest and Environmental Sciences
University of Freiburg, Germany
On Friday, October 5, 2012 the College of Natural Resources hosted the SJ Hall Lecture with Heinrich Spiecker, who spoke on the future of forest management.About Heinrich Spiecker
Heinrich Spiecker M.S ’71 has conducted extensive forest management research in Germany and internationally on issues such as changes in forest productivity; growing valuable broad-leaved trees; and options for and consequences of converting man-made spruce forests to “close to nature” forests. Most recently, he coordinated projects dealing with future management possibilities for China’s forests. Professor Spiecker is Director, Institute for Forest Growth at the Faculty of Forest and Environmental Sciences, University of Frieburg, Germany.
About the S.J. Hall Lecture Series
Established in 1969, the S. J. Hall Lecture brings leading observers of the forestry sector to speak to the campus community and the public on topics concerned with industrial forestry and related matters.