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Small-Scale Forest Products: How to extract and process trees for personal use
Small-Scale Forest Products: How to extract and process trees for personal use

Wed, Jun 26

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Distant Hill Gardens

Small-Scale Forest Products: How to extract and process trees for personal use

Join us for the Forest Stewardship Summer Series!

Time & Location

Jun 26, 2024, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Distant Hill Gardens, 507 March Hill Rd, Walpole, NH 03608, USA

About the event

Join us for the Forest Stewardship Summer Series! This series of educational events will focus on private forest stewardship and conservation. We aim to facilitate communication among forest owners, practitioners, and educators, to  strengthen an ethic of forest stewardship in the region. Registration is free, but slots are limited. Donations to the sponsoring organizations are welcomed and encouraged.

This workshop will include a demonstration by Jan Galloway of Far Hills Custom Sawing on how to use a portable sawmill to process logs into boards and lumber. We’ll also be joined by licensed forester and experienced logger, Peter Renzelman, who will discuss the proper and safe use of a chainsaw and other skills needed to extract firewood from your woodlot safely and efficiently.

Presented by Cheshire County Conservation District (CCCD), Distant Hill Gardens, UNH Cooperative Extension, and The Monadnock Conservancy

Cost: Free, Registration Required, Space is limited to 35 registrants

Please Note: Pets are not allowed at CCCD events. Service animals trained to to aid a person with a disability are welcome.

For questions or assistance in registration contact:

Email benee@cheshireconservation.org or call (802) 518-0993

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