WOODLOT MANAGEMENT IS BACK1
This course is designed for woodlot owners who own 10+ acres of woodland and are interested in learning about different optionss they have to manage their property (to protect what they value about the property and/or make improvements to their woodlot). The class will meet on Wednesday evening beginning 25 April and ending 18 June 26 April 2018. Each class session will run from 6:30-8:30pm at Belfast Area High School. Sessions will be held in Room 102. Guest speakers with diverse backgrounds will give presentations providing the landowner with a number of contacts and resources to pull from in the years to come. This class is FREE but registration is required. The class fills up quickly so early registration is recommended to secure your spot. Contact the main office of Belfast Adult Education at 207-338-3197 to register. Questions may be addressed to Mallory L. Burrell of Prentiss and Carlisle.
25 April Introduction to Woodlot Management, Planning and Cost Sharing Programs
02 May Tree Identification and Introdeuction ot Silviculture
09 May Advice for Small Woodlot Owners and Wildlife Management
16 May Non Timber Forest Products
23 May Working with a Forester
30 May Harvesting Operations
06 June Forestry REgulations, Best Management Practices to Protect Water Quality and the Tree Growth Tax Law
13 June Tree Pests and Diseases
Posted by Darrell Gilman on March 27, 2017 | Read more in: News
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Posted by Darrell Gilman on November 9, 2008 | Read more in: News