Forestry School Workshops
The Vermont Woodlands Association invites you to attend their upcoming
Forestry Schools targeted towards specific audiences of landowners and tree
farmers. If you are a new or next generation landowner or if you just enjoy
learning about management of our forest resource, then check out our
workshops and register today.
Forestry School for the Next Generation Forest Landowners and Tree Farmers
will be held on July 28 in North Clarendon, VT from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Do you
know what your family wants for the future of your family land? Will you be
ready to take the reins? As the stewards of our future, we want you to be
excited about the forest legacy that the present generation will entrust to
you. We'd like to help you prepare for protecting and stewarding our
treasured forest resource so that it does not become just a memory.
Regardless of age, take advantage of this opportunity to meet others and
learn how you can be actively engaged in protecting your family's legacy.
There is no charge for this workshop.
The Weekend Forestry School: How to Manage Your Forest will be held on
September 29-30, 2012 in Groton, VT at the Seyon Lodge State Park. This
two-day program will expand your knowledge of our forests and forestry in
Vermont and help you become a good forestland steward. Using classroom
discussion and field work participants are given hands-on opportunities and
access to professionals who can answer questions. The cost is $100.00 per
person (includes overnight accommodations and meals) or $75.00 per person
Visit www.vermontwoodlands.org/forestry-school.asp to download
registrations. Call 802-747-7900 for more information about upcoming events
in your area. Sponsored by the Vermont Woodlands Association and the
Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. Vermont Woodlands
Association is a membership organization of more than 1100 forest landowners
who manage 350,000 acres of Vermont forests for wildlife, timber harvest,
clean air and water, and recreation.