Elizabeth Newbold
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Love Your Land? Make a Plan. Woodland Legacy Planning Workshop at Yates County Building Auditorium

March 8, 2014 from 8:30am to 1pm
Yates County Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Master Forest Owner Volunteers are hosting a workshop on March 8th with registration at 8:30 and the program from 9:00 – 1:00 at the Yates County Building Auditorium, 417 Liberty Street, Penn Yan, focused on succession planning.  This interactive presentation will be facilitated by Dr. Shorna Broussard Allred, Cornell University Cooperative Extension, who will provide effective tools that families can use to decide the future of their land. …See More
Feb 26
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Yates County Woodswalk at Stackhouse Farm

May 11, 2013 from 9am to 12pm
PUBLIC INVITED FOR A WALK IN THE WOODS!Yates County Woodswalk to be held on May 11th!Join the New York Forest Owners Association, Yates County Master Forest Owners, and Yates County Cornell Cooperative Extension for an informative and fun walk in the woods.  Participants will hear about the many threats facing the future forest, including invasive plants and insects, destruction of the young forest by excessive deer populations in some areas, and the degradation that can result from…See More
Apr 12, 2013
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Feb 26, 2013
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Yates County Forestry Workshop: Ensuring Healthy Forest Regeneration at Yates County Building Auditorium

March 2, 2013 from 9am to 12pm
Recent studies by Cornell University and the Nature Conservancy concluded that up to 70% of New York forests are not successfully regenerating themselves.  This is a direct result of overbrowsing of tree seedlings by deer, interfering and invasive vegetation that prevents the germination of desirable species and in some cases a history of high grading harvest practices (take the best and leave the rest).  Without successful regeneration, the forest as we know it will not exist in the next…See More
Feb 14, 2013
Elizabeth Newbold posted an event

Yates County Forestry Workshop: Ensuring Healthy Forest Regeneration at Yates County Building Auditorium

March 2, 2013 from 9am to 12pm
Recent studies by Cornell University and the Nature Conservancy concluded that up to 70% of New York forests are not successfully regenerating themselves.  This is a direct result of overbrowsing of tree seedlings by deer, interfering and invasive vegetation that prevents the germination of desirable species and in some cases a history of high grading harvest practices (take the best and leave the rest).  Without successful regeneration, the forest as we know it will not exist in the next…See More
Feb 13, 2013
Elizabeth Newbold is now a member of CornellForestConnect
May 22, 2012

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End coat and shiitake mushrooms

Started by Ron Farr in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Rebecca Hargrave Mar 27. 4 Replies

Does anyone know if you can use end coat on logs for mushrooms or is there a fungicide that may reduce growth of the mycelium/mushooms? Continue

Harvesting American Beech

Started by Jakob Berger in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Jakob Berger Feb 12. 4 Replies

I have three American Beech trees that are 2'DBH that I want to harvest,  have milled, and then use to make furniture after drying.My question concerns the drying period of the harvest phase.I want to minimize cupping, warping, checking etc.I'm also…Continue

snatch block

Started by Jim Martin in Woodlot Management. Last reply by John McNerney Jan 28. 7 Replies

I get trees stuck up from time to time and would like to pull them down  with a winch or come-along.  I want to change the direction of the pull with a pulley or better with a snatch block.  Beats pulling a tree down on my head. I assume I need a…Continue

terminology

Started by Jim Martin in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Jim Martin Jan 28. 5 Replies

What is the difference between cohort and stand?Continue

To Mow or not to Mow?

Started by Chaz U. Farly in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Jakob Berger Jan 23. 1 Reply

Over the years i have planted, and had planted, tens of thousands of trees. the vast majority being spruce and larch. Over time i have been advised to mow between the rows of small trees and then again not to mow. My question here is: What is the…Continue

tulip poplar

Started by Ann Malaspina in Forest Health. Last reply by Ann Malaspina Jan 17. 2 Replies

I joined this group because I'm writing a children's book on Franklin D. Roosevelt and his passion for trees. He said that the tulip poplar was his favorite tree and he planted many on his Hyde Park property.  Is that the correct name for the tree?…Continue

Are Whitetail Deer Driving Long-term Forest Change?

Started by Brett Chedzoy in Woodlot Management Jan 9. 0 Replies

Gary Goff recently sent this out to the CCE Forestry and Wildlife listserves.  "Of special note perhaps to NYS residents, is the presentation on impact of deer on forest change. As Dr. Waller states, the conditions that he describes from research in…Continue

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