VDOF doesn't produce podcasts but we provide a list of podcasts related to forestry in Virginia.
Podcasts are in English, MP3 format.
- Foresters turn troublesome trees into charcoal. Aggressive plants from other parts of the world are multiplying, sucking up nutrients and water from the soil, blocking sunlight, and crowding out native trees. State foresters now have a novel idea to stop at least one species from spreading. Sandy Hausman, WVTF. 2009-09-109
- Private Forests. Virginia's forests are facing devastation. The threat is not from forest fires, insects or disease but from property and estate taxes. Sandy Hausman, WVTF. 2009-08-09
- The Woods in Your Backyard | Script (English). More than 60% of the land in Virginia is covered by trees. 66% of all forest in the Commonwealth is privately owned. That's why state officials are holding a series of workshops for people with trees in their backyard; they're hoping to improve the quality of Virginia woodlands by working with homeowners. Sandy Hausman, WVTF. 2009-03-04
- Virginia forests are facing new threats. Dr. Chris Asaro, the Virginia Department of Forestry's Forest Health Specialist, describes new health threats facing our forests from invasive plants and pests. 2008-08-27.
- Forest Eco is a two-minute podcast and radio module distributed monthly by the U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station.
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