Poster presentations are interactive and give conference attendees an opportunity to gain in-depth understanding directly from presenters. Below are the posters that will be presented at the 2023 ISTF conference:

  • Agroforestry with Refugees and Host communities in Northwestern Uganda
    Sarah Juster, Virginia Tech, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
  • Beyond The Weeds: Creating a market for milkweed fiber
    Christine Facella, Parsons School of Design
  • Chat Circle on New Restoration Resources that Harness the Power of Nature
    Jaime Gonzalez, Conservation International, Global Restoration Team
  • Impact of riparian forest buffer size on river water quality: A case study in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
    Hilary Brumberg, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Presenting an open-source and cloud-based geospatial tool for risk-informed land use planning in Congo Basin Forests
    Katie Bernhard, Pennsylvania State University
  • The effect of yellow sigatoka on the epidermal layer of the leaf in Musa AAB (Banana)
    Andrea M. Suárez Ojeda, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao
  • Utilizing Biocultural Approaches to Restore Forests in Newly Inhabited Spaces
    Melanie Jones, Pennsylvania State University

ISTF 2023 Conference made possible by our sponsors

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