March 24, 8:30am–4pmWhere
Kings Island Resort & Conference Center 2691 Kings Island Drive, Mason, OH 45040
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.
9 a.m. Session: ID and Control Options for Some Woodland Invasive Plants; Forest Wildlife Management; Using Google Earth to Map Your Woodland Resources10 a.m. Session: Finance and Tax Aspects of Your Woodland Investment; ID and Uses of Wood; Scat, Tracks, Sights & Sounds: ID the Wildlife on your Property1 p.m. Session: Some Key Tree ID Characteristics; The New Forest Threat: Asian Longhorned Beetle; Black Bears Return to Western Appalachia: Challenges & Opportunities2 p.m. Session: Native Shrub ID – Some favorities for Wildlife & Landscaping; Quail Habitat: What’s In it for Me?; Improving your Forest
3 p.m. Session: Woodland Fungi; Building a Family Friendly Pond; Things to Consider before Selling your Timber
Registration deadline: March 19, 2012. Lunch is provided.