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The conference will provide Enormous quantities of
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Registration (7:00 am-5:00 pm) Conti am nental Breakfast (7:00state-of-the-art information on small-tree8:00 utilization andGener fosteral peer-to-peer learning. Session: Opportunit 8:00 am) 10:00 am ies for the Future (8:00Coffe 10:00 am) -10:30 land (10:00 clearing, and woody biomass are being generated from thinning operations,e Break am)
May 13-15, 2008
Mail to: Forest Products Society • 2801 Marshall Court • Madison,WI 53705-2295 USA
10:30 am Phone: 608-231-1361, ext. 208 • Fax: 608-231-2152 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.fores bility own hotel reservations (10:30 am-12:00 noon) . A block of rooms Session IB: Sustainable 12:00 been reserv noon researchers, This has conference will anoninternational slate of speakers, including ed atinclude Biomass Harvesting: Luncheon (12:00 noonthe Madis Concourse Concerns 1:30 pm) Hotel at a special ns (10:30 Dr. Mr. and Mrs.Optio Ms. ______________________________________________________________________________ conference rate of am-12:00 noon) $124 + manufacturers, and Sessio material equipment suppliers, end-users. tax (Singl First Name Last Name (Surname) e occupand n IIA: Woody Biom ancy) or $134 + tax 1:30 pm (Double occupancy); $84 + Process, and Transport ass: Harvest, Collection, tax (Government Challenges (1:30-3:00 Preferred first name for name tag: ____________________________________________________________________________ rate**; Single occupancy) or Sessio 3:00 pm n IIB: pm) Techn iques $104 + tax (Governmen Refreshment Break and Tools for Multiple Owne (3:00-3:30 pm) rate**; Double occup t rships (1:30-3:00 pm) Job Title: _______________________________________________________________________________________________ ancy). The room block will be held through Monday, April 21, Session IIIA: Densi 3:30 pm 2008. fied Wood After April 21, remai Company/Organization: ___________________________________________________________________________________ ning rooms for Energy (3:30-5:00 The conference will SmallWood and Bioenergy in the block & Steering Committee will be2008 pm) take place at the Mono released for sale to 5:30 pm Session IIIB: Biofu Charles W. Becker III, Virginia Dept. Forestry, Charlottesville, VA; Paul na Terrace Community & Convention Cente the general public, Recepoftion els Street/P.O.: _____________________________________________________________ Mailing Address: Home Business with Tabletop Displa and attendeeswill r. Inspired by Wisco Wood Products feature two full days (Tuesday and canno (3:30-5:00 pm) ys and DeLong, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry, t be guaranteed the rates or room availa nsin native Frank Wright at the peak group and Madison, WI; Frederick J. Deneke, National Association of Conservation Poster Presentations (5:30-8:00 pm) bility Lloyd of his creative power after this Wednesday) of technical and poster presentations, discussions, date. City:_________________________________________ State or Prov./Country: ____________ Zip/Postal Code:_____________ s, and opened to the Wednesday, Ma in 1997, the Mono For reservations, phone public na Terrace Community 800-3 y Districts, Prescott, AZ; John (Rusty) R. Dramm, USDA Forest Service, 14, 56-82 tabletop displays on: 93 200 or 608-257-6000. In to receive the specia 8 & Convention Cente one of the country’s 7:00 am order l conference r is Regist premier conference Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI; Edmund A. Gee, USDA Forest Phone: __________________________________________________ Fax : __________________________________________ rate, ration • Multi-partnership development be (7:00 sure to state that you are am-5: pm) Conti the Smallwood Confe and convention facilit The Monona Terrac with renceService, Forest Management, Washington, DC; Steven00Jarvis, Forest nental Breakfast (7:00ies. e is an architectura General or Smallwood Forest health restoration lly striking 250,000 8:30Address: Conference-Federal. foot structure that A •comp am) __________________________________________________________________________________________ limentary shuttle by Sessio E-mail Resources Association, Inc., Rockville, Kuzel, Council of n IVA: square combines spectacular ApproMD; 8:30 am priateFrederic • Supply and availability Badger Coaches will ly Forest Products from the glass vistas of Lake with top quality meeti Technologie Madison Concourse be available Great Lakes Governors,for Chicago, IL; Julie Lang, Scaled Society, s Monona Rural Comm ng and exhibition space. Hotel Registration Fees Payment Information unitie • Harvesting systems s (8:30Session IVB: Tools to the Monona Community & Conv 10:00 Products Madison, WI; Susan L. LeVan-Green, USDA Forest Service, Forest 10:00 am) for Assess Terrace am Register early and save! Through April ention ment Coffee Break (10:00 Center during the and30Optimization Payment in U.S. funds or purchase order must accompa • May Processing and manufacturing Tuesday, -10:30 Laboratory, Madison, WI; Carol Lewis, Forest Products Society, following hours: am)Madison, 13, 6:45-7:30 am Hot el Acc om mo Regular attendee(8:30fee @10:00 $250 USD am) (through April 30) ________ tion form. Make checks payable to the Forest Products S and 5:00-8:00 pm; • 6:45-7 Energy from woody biomass May 14, WI; Jean M. Livingston, USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, dat ion s Wednesday, :30 am and 4:30-5 Late attendee fee @ $325 USD (after April 30) _________ Sessio May 12-16, 2008 n VA: 10:30 Fundi may order through your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, o :30 am • am. Sustainability of biomass operations ng Oppo pm; and Thursday, Madison, WI; Eini C. Lowell, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest 6:45-7:30 rtunit ies and Student fee @ $125 USD The shuttle bus will May 15, Woody Biomass Grant Madison Concourse Express by supplying the information requested below. Research Station, Portland, OR; Terry Mace, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural s (10:30 Tools and techniques forpick-u multiple p ownerships Madison• Conco Session VB: am-12 :00 noon) (full-time student; ID-Partn Required) _________ 12:00 noon Hotel Multi urse Hotel’s undergroun and drop-off next to the ership Lunch Resources, Madison, WI; Lew R. McCreery, USDA Forest Service, Development eon (12:00 noon-1:30 • e Creating opportunities d parking entrance. One West Dayton **Rat Tabletop display @ am-12 $200 USD (not-for-profit) _________ quoted isrural (10:30 pm) USDA Street Federal per diem rate Visa MasterCard Discover Card American E Northeastern Area, S&PF, Morgantown, WV; Steven J. Milauskas, :00 noon) and optimization • right Tools for assessment at time of contract, reserves the Madison, WI 5370 _________ Tabletop display @ $375 USD (for-profit) to charge Federal per hotel Forest Service, Wood Education & Resource Center, Princeton, WV; Dusty Session VIA: 3 1:30 pm diem rate at the time Card No.: _____________________________________ Biomass Heat and • Funding ence if rate Literature display @ $200 USD _________ increases. opportunities of conferReservations: 800Power Moller, Microforestry Resources, Inc., Albuquerque, NM; Elly Pape, USDA Guests must call in 356-8293 or 608-257(1:30• Marketing strategies and identify themse Federal emplo Sessio Tour n1 VIB: (Forest Products Laboratory) @ $45 USD _________ pm) WI; Jan Raulin, enerG Security Code: _________________________________ yees to receive Forest Service, Products Laboratory,3:00 Madison, 3:00 Forest lves as 6000 New pm http://www.concours the and Federa Emerg Refres l per diem rate for the Techn $45 USD Tour 2 (Aldo Leopold Legacy ing _________ conference. Guests ehotel.com Break (3:00s Magazine, Vancouver, BC, Canada; hmen Craig tRawlings, Smallwood Utilization SmallWood for Smallwood (1:30- Center) @ ologie 3:30 pm) must Expiration Date: ________________________________ e Federa 3:00 pm)@ $45 USD _________ l IDthree Tour 3 (mobile HewSaw demonstration) The conference provid will also include tours on Thursday, Network (SUN), Missoula, MT; John Federal per cardoptional upon checkdiem rate. Without Federa in for n VIIA: Economic l ID, Laboratory TOTAL _________ 3:30 pm Cardholder’s Name: _____________________________ guests will beand Mayence 15 of the Forest Products a local bioenergy Scahill, U.S. Dept. Sessio regular confer of Energy, Case Studies charge rate. d the company (Tour 1), the Aldo Leopold Legacy Center (Tour 2), and a Golden Field Office, Golden, (3:30-5:00 pm) Session VIIB:Please IMPORTANT! indicate which concurrent sessions you Please process my attached purchase order. PO#______ Marketing Strategies demonstration of a mobile HewSaw in operation along with a poten- CO; John C. Stewart, U.S. Dept. Please find my check enclosed. (Make checks payable will be more likely to attend: (3:30-5:00 pm) of theThu Interior, Office rsda y, ofMay 15, 2008 tial tour of a pulp mill or in-woods harvesting operation (Tour 3). Products Society.) Tuesday Morning Wildland 7:00Fire amCoordin SESSION IA SESSION IB ation, 8:00 Washington, DC; Registration (7:00-8:00 am) Continental Breakfast am For credit card or purchase order registrations Who Should Attend Tuesday Afternoon Bryce J. Stokes, USDA Optional Tours (8:00 am-5: for tour participants (7:00-8:00 00 pm) phone or fax: Phone: 608-231-1361, ext. 208 • Fax: 60 SESSION IIA am) SESSION IIB Forest Service, Resource Use The conference will be of interest to: SESSION IIIA SESSION IIIB Sciences, R&D, Washing• Harvesting contractors ton, DC; Steven Yaddof, My employment area is: • Rural development professionals Wednesday Morning USDA Forest Service, SESSION IVA SESSION IVB • Forest products businesses Architect Association Consulting/Technical Ser Forest Products Laboratory, • Forest land and fuels managers SESSION VA SESSION VB Education/Consulting Education/Extension Eng Madison, WI • Community leaders Government Mfr. of Wood-Based Product Pub Wednesday Afternoon • Equipment manufacturers and vendors SESSION VIA SESSION VIB Research Retired Student Supplier Other Sponsorship • Technical professionals SESSION VIIA SESSION VIIB Opportunities • Environmental groups SPECIAL NEEDS: If you have any special needs, such as a special diet, or needs related to sight, hearing, or physical mobility, please give a brie ty, Additional sponsorship opportunities are still available! 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“I will not offer to God that which costs me nothing.” 2 Samuel 24:24 "Father, what do you want to do through me, and my family, to accomplish your will for my church?"
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“And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge.” Ephesians 3:17-19
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