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The mission of the NY Tree Farm Program is to promote the growing of renewable forest resources on private lands in New York State while protecting environmental benefits and increasing public understanding of all benefits of productive forestry.
Who should attend? NY Tree Farm Program participants, forest and farm woodland owners, wildlife enthusiasts, students, and other interested individuals.
Join CRISP and iMapInvasives staff to learn about identification and reporting of invasive ornamental plants.
We're celebrating National Get Outdoors Day at the Catskill Interpretive Center!
Learn about the habitat needs of a suite of forest birds, and how we can manage forests to provide quality habitat.
Chris Tcimpidis, President of Bevan Forestry, Inc., will lead a woods walk at the property of Jeannine and Stacey Kazacos in Mt. Vision, Otsego County, NY 13810. Chris will speak on the role of controlling invasives and timber stand improvement (TSI) in woodlot management and regeneration -- along with some of the issues that have led up to the invasive species issue.
The DEP Police will host a workshop to promote boat safety.
Sandra Postel, will discuss today’s water challenges, innovative water projects underway around the world, and sustainable solutions to ensure water security into the future.
Join Cary Institute forest ecologist Gary Lovett for a walk on the Cary grounds and learn about the forest pests and diseases that are killing our trees.
Author and plantsman Mark Richardson will discuss his new book Native Plants for New England Gardens, co-authored with Dan Jaffe.
The Deposit Lumberjack Festival is a three day event with lots of fun, excitement, lumberjack competitions, carnival rides, food vendors, HOPSAW SATURDAY, street fair, parade, live music, tractor pulls, pony pulls, fireworks, and many other events.