Apr 24, 2018
Very imformative, very engaging, very inspiring!\n\nAn awesome course to be taken and the knowledge shared here is simply shocking and usefull.\n\nTHANK YOU.
Jun 01, 2019
Very useful to understand about the American wood industry. Also helps know about some general information about wooden materials and wood itself.
par tommaso b•
Jul 03, 2017
In my opinion the course is very interesting. One reason is that it gives you insights into a topic which is not normally in the mainstream. Also it is strongly connected with social, economical and environmental themes. I would recommed the course to anybody interested in the world of wood production, use and the links to nowadays impacts on economics.
par Toni K•
Jul 21, 2017
Great advanced course in wood science! Fits best for the person with at least basic knowledge of timber and use of it. If you are a newbie with timber, no problem; you'll get the point and maybe some great ideas.
Jul 23, 2017
Great content. I would like to suggest diving deeper into some of the North American silviculture practises and forestry operations as well as roundwood measurement and sawmill business. That could be a nice insight for the forest industry people here in Europe. Thank you for your work and I'm looking forward to the next "Wood Science & Forestry" course.
par Joy S•
Apr 03, 2017
As a woman, I learned a surprising amount of stuff I never knew before
par Sebastián B•
Feb 02, 2018
A very good introduction to several topics related to forestry, wood science and wood industry.
par David G Q•
Jun 21, 2017
A little short course, but usefull.
par Freddy C•
Mar 08, 2018
Too focused on American context. Wrong technical information here and there. Generally uninformative if already working in the industry, your probably know more than what this course has to offer.
par Sergio R•
May 15, 2019
I appreciate the effort but althoug some interesting topics are metnioned, I think that it only moves from random ideas insted of getting a bit deeper in the interesting points (whenever possible since it is a short course).
One important think that I must say is that I found it incredible that when talking about the solutions for solving the "problem" of running out of forests to cut (that is, more management, plantations, ...) i think you forgot the most important (applicable to any other resource): REDUCE CONSUMPTION.