Eyes on the Forest and Woodland Stewardship

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Logo-Final-jpegExotic invasive pests continue to wreak havoc on Michigan’s trees and forests. To help keep new invaders out, MSU Extension is has developed a Sentinel Tree Network ‒ an extensive network of trained volunteers who agree to “adopt” an individual tree, then periodically monitor and report on the condition of the tree over time. Our workshop that will be offered during Michigan State University’s Ag & Natural Resources (ANR) Week will get you up to speed if you want to become a volunteer, or if you have already joined and would like the latest information on the program (and what’s happening with these pests). In the afternoon, the Michigan Forest Association will lead part 2 of the workshop, focusing on a variety of the state’s forest types and how to sustainably manage them. The cost for the workshop, including refreshments, lunch and materials, is $10 per person ($5 for additional family members). Ready to join us? Click here to download the flyer and registration form: http://michiganforests.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/ANR-week-2016-flyer.pdf

Check EventBrite for web registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eyes-on-the-forest-and-woodland-stewardship-tickets-21567968374?aff=ebrowse



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