Wayne National Forest Podcast - ForestNet

Podcast logoThe Wayne National Forest is making Podcast available to the public as another way to deliver audio and video information. The files are easily downloaded and can be played on your office or home desktop computer, portable Mp3 player, or laptop since they are initially being distributed in Mp3 and .mov files.

These Podcast are short (usually 5-7 minutes) quick briefs of current events or issues. From time to time, we may add programs that are longer in the form of speeches and video presentations. New Podcast will be added periodically.

June 8, 2015- Podcast #001: Ailanthus Wilt Research Study, Wayne National Forest, Ohio

The USDA Forest Service’s Wayne National Forest and the Northern Research Station is conducting a field trial of a native fungus (Verticillium nonalfalfae) as a means of killing the non-native invasive tree Ailanthus (Ailanthus altissima). This biological control method could be more cost effective than past treatment methods that rely on the use of chemical injections. This podcast was produced in partnership with the USDA Forest Service’s Wayne National Forest and the Northern Research Station to promote a greater awareness of the research study. (Duration: 15:22)

 

May 20, 2011 - ForestNet Podcast #005: Frontier Boat Launch Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Master of Ceremonies: Gary C. Chancey, Wayne National Forest, Public Affairs Staff Officer Guest: Jo Reyer, Forest Supervisor,Wayne National Forest, among other guest speakers (Duration: 39:40 min.)

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