July 15, 9am–3pmWhere
Ohio State University – Mansfield Campus 1760 University Drive, Mansfield, OH
This is a one-day workshop for landowners with a small section of woods who want to learn more about their property; which trees and shrubs are “good” and what they provide. Want to attract wildlife, improve the health of the trees, deal with invasive species? This workshop is for you!
Spend part of the day inside learning some basics and tools to apply. Take that information outside and practice with it. This class offers 5 credit hours toward the Ohio Forest Tax Law Program.
Class Fee: $35. This class is indoor and outdoor. Dress appropriately. Lunch and materials are included with the class fee. Register today.
9 a.m. — Getting to Know Your Property
10 a.m. — Wildlife Monitoring
10:30 a.m. — Other Tools for The Tool Box
11 a.m. — Sources of Assistance
11:15 a.m. — Introduction to Wildlife in Your Backyard
Noon — lunch (provided)
12:45 p.m. — The Invasive Species Issue
3 p.m. — Wrap Up and Evaluation