Coppice Agroforestry comes to the Finger Lakes!

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Coppice Agroforestry comes to the Finger Lakes!

Time: November 10, 2023 at 6pm to November 12, 2023 at 12pm
Location: Montour Falls and Mecklenburg NY
Street: 6164 Deer Run Lane
City/Town: Trumansburg
Website or Map: http://www.WellspringForestFa…
Phone: 6073422825
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Steve Gabriel
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2023

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Public Talk

Schuyler County Cooperative Extension in Montour Falls, NY

Friday, November 10 from 6pm - 8pm

Suggested donation $10 - $30


Hands on Skills Workshop 

Wellspring Forest Farm in Mecklenburg, NY

Saturday, November 11 from 9 - 4pm

Sunday, November 12 from 9 - 1pm

Tiered Pricing $140 / $160 / $185 (based on household income)

Join Mark Krawczyk - applied ecologist, grower and author of Coppice Agroforestry - Tending Trees for Product, Profit and Woodland Ecology, for a deep dive into the art and science of coppice agroforestry. Leveraging the working landscape of Wellspring Forest Farm as our living classroom, we’ll examine the many facets of resprout silviculture both in the field and in the classroom.

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