August 16, 9am–3pmWhere
Ohio State University Mansfield, 100 Ovalwood Hall 1760 University Drive, Mansfield, Ohio 44906
The goal for many woodland owners is to keep their woodland healthy.
That can be a difficult task if you are unfamiliar with what is common to see
in a woodland and what is something your should report to someone. In this
class we will cover what some of those common insect and disease issues
are and what if anything you should do about them. Then we will discuss
some of the uncommon insects and diseases that we all hope you rarely
see in your woodland.
Join Ohio State’s Jim Chatfield, Curtis Young and Kathy Smith for the day.
Class Fee: $35
Class includes indoor and outdoor sessions – dress
appropriately. Lunch and materials are included in the class fee.