UPDATED Mar 23--There are lots of changes packed into the Legislative Council Special Committee recommendations on the MFL (see this post and this other one). The path to passage is unclear (given everything else), but folks with an interest in private lands, forest management, local government, and economic development should pay attention and, more importantly, get involved!
As promised, the the videos from the Wisconsin Bioenergy Summit have been posted. I didn't see an easy way to embed them in this post, so I just post the links.
On Tuesday of last week, I presented at 2010 North Central Forest Pest Workshop in Elkhart Lake, WI.
I don't typically give presentations to
Eli Sagor (University of Minnesota) presented portions of our work on social networks and peer-to-peer learning as part of this year's Society of American Foresters' (SAF) National Convention as part of the Forest Policy session.
He captured the audio, linked it the powerpoint presentation, and posted it on the web. It is available for viewing here.