Fall Woods Walk. September 30th in Newfield

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Fall Woods Walk. September 30th in Newfield

Time: September 30, 2017 from 9am to 12pm
Location: Newfield, Tompkins County
Street: 246 Smith Rd.
City/Town: Newfield
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Phone: Brett Chedzoy of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County at: 607-742-3657
Event Type: woods, walk
Organized By: Lew Ward
Latest Activity: Sep 17, 2017

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Fall Woods Walk on September 30th in Newfield
Join the Southern Finger Lakes Chapter of the NY Forest Owners Association (http://www.nyfoa.org) on Saturday, September 30th from 9:30 to noon for an enjoyable walk in the woods of Jayne Port and Lew Ward; 246 Smith Road; Newfield, NY.  This walk will be a great opportunity to learn about managing small family woodlots for wildlife, wildflowers, timber and recreation.  Forestry experts will be on hand to help answer individual questions.  This woods walk is free and open to the public.  Light refreshments will be served in the morning.  The walk will take place rain or shine, so dress for the weather and be prepared to walk up to one mile in forest conditions.  For more information, please contact Brett Chedzoy of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County at: 607-742-3657, or by email: bjc226@cornell.edu

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