Welcome To NAFEW 2022!
Turning Ecological Answers into Forest Management Actions
June 19-23, 2022
Call for special sessions!

registration and submission

Abstract submission open soon, stay tune!

Special sessions

Organizers of the conference welcome online submissions for special sessions written in English language that are closely related to the areas specified in the call for conferences.

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Abstract submission

Organizers of the conference welcome online submissions written in English language that are closely related to the areas specified in the call for conferences.

Register

If sanitary conditions allow and the borders are open, registration will be launched in January 2022

All about

All you need to know!

Venue

Sault-Ste-Marie, Ontario, Canada

Special sessions

Call for special sessions

Tours

In-workshop and post-workshop

Lodging and shuttles

 

Presenter guidelines

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Timeline

(expected dates)

  • September 2021

    Shortened version decision for 2021 and postpone to 2022

    Given the pandemic and the impossibility of welcoming travelers from abroad, the committee postponed the meeting to 2022. In order not to lose the rhythm, a half-day of conferences was organized.

  • June 2021

    Mid-day Meeting

    Lisa Venier from NRCan opened the meeting and Paul Rogers from Utah State University moderated the lectures. Four keynote speakers delivered excellent presentations. A discussion session with a panel followed.

  • September 2021

    Call for special sessions

    First call for proposals for special sessions. Special sessions will be designed to have ample time for discussion. Sessions will be 120 minutes in duration and will include 5-7 speakers with 10 minutes for each presentation including time for at least one question. Proposals will be due on Nov 1, 2021 and responses will be sent in early November.

  • January 2022

    Registration opens

    If sanitary conditions allow and the borders are open, registration will be launched

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Special sessions

Special sessions this year will be designed to have ample time for discussion. Sessions will be 120 minutes in duration and will include 5-7 speakers with 10 minutes for each presentation including time for at least one question. The remainder of the session will be allotted to discussion.

The session organizer will be responsible for;

  • identifying a topic
  • inviting speakers (please confirm that invited speakers can or will meet Canadian COVID regulations (see below)
  • writing a brief session proposal (~400 words)
  • providing a list of at least 5 questions to stimulate discussion of the topic
  • providing a list of proposed speakers
  • rigorously keeping presentations on time
  • facilitating the discussion

Proposals will be due on Nov 1, 2021 and responses will be sent in early December.

Please note that Canadian COVID regulations require that all visitors to Canada be fully vaccinated. Please review all regulations found at https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/exemptions

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