Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration

Publications

Introduction to Forest Carbon, Offsets and Markets.Jacob Putney et al. Oregon State University, PNW 773. 2023. 18 p.

A climate resilience guide for small forest landowners in western Washington. Raymond, C., Morgan, H., Peterson, D., Halofsky, J. 2022. A Collaboration of the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Northwest Climate Hub.

A climate resilience guide for small forest landowners in eastern Washington. Raymond, C., Peterson, D., Morgan, H., Halofsky, J. 2023. A Collaboration of the University of Washington, Climate Impacts Group, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Northwest Climate Hub.

Videos

Carbon, Climate and our Forests.  Presentation by Dr. Elaine Oneil, WFFA Executive Director. December 2023. 1 hour.

Climate Symposium. Sponsored by WSU Extension Forestry, June 2022

     Night 1:

  • Carbon sequestration 101: The basics of the biogenic carbon cycle and strategies for Washington forests and forest products to reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases.  Presented by Edie Sonne Hall.
  • Carbon smart forestry: What is it and how do you measure it? Presented by Elaine Oneil.

     Night 2:

  • Forest Carbon Projects on King County Forestlands. Presented by Richard Martin.
  • Forest Carbon Works: Carbon Market Access for the Small Woodland Owner. Presented by Sandy Letzing,

     Night 3:

  • NCX Forest Carbon Program: A Carbon Program for all Forest Landowners. Presented by Mary Powers.
  • Current Carbon Opportunities: For Small Forest Landowners, from a Small Forest Landowner. Presented by .John Henrickson

Climate Symposium 2022. Sponsored by WSU Forestry Extension.

     Week 1:

  • Climate change impacts and adaptation for small forest landowners in western Washington.  Presented by Crystal Raymond
  • Climate change: How might it effect Washington's wildlife.  Presented by Ken Bevis

     Week 2:

  • Climate change effects on forest insects and diseases. Presented by Glenn Kohler
  • Trees, drought, and heat. Presented by Henry Adams

     Week 3:

  • Reforestation considerations for private landowners under a changing climate.  Presented by Robert Slesak
  • Options for adapting forest tree species composition in a changing climate.  Presented by Rolf Gersonde

Current carbon opportunities 2022.  A webinar presented by John Henrikson and Ann Stinson. Sponsored by Washington Farm Forestry Association, January 19, 2022. 1 hour, 30 minutes.