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Snags and Downed Woody Material: The Wildlife Benefits of Dead Trees
Snags and Downed Woody Material: The Wildlife Benefits of Dead Trees

Tue, Jun 04

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Calhoun Family Forest

Snags and Downed Woody Material: The Wildlife Benefits of Dead Trees

Join us for the Forest Stewardship Summer Series!

Time & Location

Jun 04, 2024, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Calhoun Family Forest, White Brook Rd, Gilsum, NH 03448, 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.

Join UNH Extension State Forester, Steve Roberge, and County Forester, Matt Kelly, for a discussion of the ecological significance of dead and dying trees. Learn how insects, birds, mammals, and amphibians benefit from dead trees, and how foresters and landowners help maintain a component of dead trees and downed material when managing woodlots.

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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