March 22, 8:30am–3pmWhere
General Butler State Park 1608 Hwy. 227, Carrollton, KY
This annual tri-state landowner workshop brings together experts from Ohio State University, Purdue University and University of Kentucky. The goal is to provide landowners across the region access to the latest in landowner tools and techniques to help them be better stewards of the land. This workshop rotates amoung the three states, providing unique opportunities to mix, mingle and learn from a broad spectrum of knowledge.
The Ohio River Valley Woodland & Wildlife Workshop is designed to provide landowners with forestry and wildlife related educational opportunities to help you get the most out of your property. This one day workshop, held at General Butler State Park in Carrollton, KY will provide you with forestry and wildlife experts from Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio who will address the questions and concerns you have regarding the managment of your property.
Some of the topics of the day include:
- What’s Bugging Your Woodland? Some Key Insects to Have on Your Radar!
- Tree Identification
- Thoughts and Considerations on Woodland Estate Planning
- Early Succession of Plants and Wildlife
- Impacts of Coyotes on Deer and Other Wildlife
- Climate Change for Beginners
- Nature Photography
- Pond and Lake Management
- How Plants Become Pests
For information on General Butler State Park click here.
Registration is $45 each before March 14th – $55 each after March 14th