I saw a question about the impacts of logging on deer, specifically concern by hunters who lease from an active forest management owner. Here is a response offered by Dr. Paul Curtis...Does anyone…Continue
This site will provide links and resources that owners and managers can use as they assess herbicides and make treatment applications.Find NY pesticide labels by their product name, label name, or…Continue
Here is a question I received by email:Pete,Have you seen this? Is it credible? I'd like to be informed as I poison my beech, ferns and multiflora rose--and as I speak with other landowners. I…Continue
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The Ecology and Management of Asian Long-Horned Beetle in Rural Woodlands
Dr. Kevin Dodds
July 16, 2014
Special Note….the July 16 webinar is ONLY broadcast live at noon. There will not be a 7PM live version. The noon version will be recorded and posted to…Continue
The Asian long-horned beetle has created havoc in several eastern cities. Until recently it was unknown in rural woodlands. The ALB has a broad host range, and its potential for significant disruption to the forest ecosystem is not fully known. This webinar (July 16, 2014) will address the emerging science and knowledge of ALB in rural woodlands.Continue
Sustainably Growing Timber and Pasture: Pasture Into Woodlands.
June 18, 2014
Note that webinars are live at noon and 7PM, for an hour each, but the meeting space is reserved from noon until 8PM. This webinar is approved for 1.0 category 1 CEU/CFE credits by the Society of American Foresters.
[gleaned from an email, 4th hand, but good info]
The results of this 41-year study show a precipitous decline in 19 of the 21 species of Orchids known from the Catoctin Mountains . Annual census data at 167 sites from throughout the Catoctin Mountains on protected and unprotected lands (private and public) show a loss of three species from the study area, a decline of >90 % (ranging from 99 to 91 %) in seven species, and a decline of <90 % (ranging from 51 to 87 %) for…Continue