In partnership with the U.S. Biochar Initiative and the Southern Regional Extension Forestry, the USDA Forest Service Research and Development is hosting a monthly Biochar webinar series 2020.
On November 12, the speaker is Carlos Rodriguez Franco from the USDA Forest Service Research and Development. Carlos is a Senior Forester; He earned a doctorate degree in Forest Sciences from Yale University, a master’s degree in Silviculture from Colegio de Postgraduados and a bachelor’s degree in Forest Engineering from Chapingo Autonomous University both in Mexico. He has written more than 90 scientific articles on subjects related to forest inventories, silviculture, forest management, plant production techniques, forest plantations, and agroforestry systems published in Mexico, the USA. Some of his contributions were his participation in the "Forestry Compendium" published by CAB International in the United Kingdom, and the book "Pines of silvicultural importance" that was published by CAB International.