AN OAK MINISERIES FOR FOREST LANDOWNERS Wildlife, Forestry & Climate Change
May 4 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
One event on April 29, 2021 at 4:00 pm
One event on May 4, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Does your woodland have oak trees? If you own land in Southern New England, the answer to this question is most likely ‘yes!’
Do you know what birds and animals rely on the oaks in your forest? What are some potential management activities that could help you get the most out of your oak woods? Finally, how will changes in weather and climate affect your woods, and what can you do to prepare for these changes?
Join the Forest Stewards Guild and partners for a 3-part series on increasing Oak Resiliency in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island forests.
Tuesday, April 27
Wildlife with Brian Hawthorne, Massachusetts DFW
Thursday, April 29
Forestry with Fern Graves, Rhode Island DEM
Tuesday, May 4
Climate Change with Andrea Urbano, Connecticut DEEP
All sessions start at 4 pm EDT*
Register at: FMI: FORESTSTEWARDSGUILD.ORG/EVENTS