Join the Yates County Master Forest Owners (MFOs) for our 2019 workshop to learn more about how you can enhance wildlife habitat in your woodlot by adding projects and practices to your current woodlot activities. This workshop will provide you with information about projects and practices that you can implement on your property, as well as education about the impacts invasive species have on the forest ecosystem and wildlife habitat, and the importance and benefits of choosing native species…See More
Date: Sunday, March 10th 2019Time: Workshop from 1pm-2:30pm and the hike will follow from 3pm-4pmLocation: Workshop will be held at the Yates County Building (Cornell Cooperative Extension Conference Room 1028) and the hike will take place at Keuka Lake State Park Join Finger Lakes Museum & Aquarium and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Yates County as we welcome Charlotte Malmborg from the NYS Hemlock Initiative for a presentation about research updates and management of hemlock woolly…See More
How many acres of woodland do you own or annually manage?
Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in woodlot ecology and management. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in woodlots are added as members.
Northwest NY Regional Director of the MFO Program
Natural Resources Educator, Yates County Cornell Cooperative Extension
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