[The 77th IPBTalk]
Multiple-use management is a term that refers to the management of land or forests for more than one purpose. It frequently combines two or more land use objectives while preserving the long-term yield of wood and non-wood products. This may include, but is not limited to, foraging and browsing for domestic livestock, proper environmental conditions and landscape effects, flood and erosion protection, recreation, and water supply protection.
The 77th IPB Talk on Complexity and Sustainable Sciences is about to begin with a session on “Multiple Forest Use: Nature, Living, and Harmony.” This event was organized by IPB University’s Directorate of International Programs in collaboration with the United States Forest Service.
Are you interested in learning more about Forest Multi-Use?
Kindly attend. The 77th IPBTalk – 10 Doorprizes will be provided.
E-certificates will be provided for free.
Zoom in using the following link: ipb.link/ipbt-77.
We look forward to seeing you at the online event!!!
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