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How are climate change, globalization, and changes to land ownership affecting Wisconsin forests?

LOGJAM features sculpture and prints by​ three artists for whom wood--from saplings and underbrush to massive old-growth stumps--is a primary material.

Maria Janowiak, a scientist for climate change adaptation and carbon management at the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science, discusses how to build capacity for climate change adaptation and forest conservation among natural resource professionals.

At our 2013 Climate & Energy Future Forum in Ashland, Forest Supervisor of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Paul Strongdiscusses how to build capacity for climate change adaptation and forest conservation among natural resource professionals.

Chris Swanston shares the science behind climate change adaptation strategies and the role of ecosystem carbon cycling.

Image: Tom Uttech, nin gaskanas, 2013 (detail). Oil on linen, 57 x 61 in. Courtesy of Tory Folliard Gallery.

A group show of work inspired by the artists' relationships to the landscape, featuring seven of Wisconsin’s most accomplished artists: Barry Roal Carlsen, David Lenz, Cathy Martin, John Miller, Charles Munch, Dennis Nechvatal, and Tom Uttech. 

Jerry Grenberg discusses how social marketing and microtargeting strategies can engage small woodland owners in forest adaptation management.

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