Living with Wildlife

Event
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 - 3:00 pm
until 4:30 pm
Join ForestHER NC landowners, natural resource professionals, and others for the second of four interactive webinars about managing for wildlife! In this webinar we will discuss common invasive plants of North Carolina, how they adversely impact wildlife, and some of the challenges with invasive plant control. We will also introduce you to landscaping with native plants and highlight some favorite trees, shrubs, perennials, vines and grasses that benefit pollinators, birds, mammals, and other wildlife.
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Pollinator Pathway pioneers: Louise Washer, director of the Norwalk River Watershed Association; Donna Merrill, executive director of the Wilton Land Conservation Trust; Mary Ellen Lemay, facilitator for the Hudson to Housatonic Regional Conservation Partnership (H2H), outreach coordinator for the Aspetuck Land Trust and chairman of the Trumbull Conservation Commission; and Kimberly Stoner, who works in the Department of Entomology at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, at Keeler Ridge Meadows. Photo: Erik Trautmann
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Planting a hard mast species is a great way to add beauty to your property and improve its value for wildlife. And in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be a welcome diversion to get your hands in the dirt and establish new plant life in your backyard.
Event
Thu, Mar 26, 2020 - 9:00 am
until 4:00 pm
The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals

Meet other women woodland owners and natural resource professionals in your area.

Learn about:

• Invasive Plants and Their Impact on Wildlife

• Identifying Birds by Sight and Sound

• Native Landscaping for Wildlife

• Managing Your Woods and Fields for Wildlife

• Human-Wildlife Interactions

Pre-registration is required.

Lunch and continuing education credits provided. (CFE, EE and TWS)
Event
Thu, Mar 19, 2020 - 9:00 am
Managing for Wildlife - The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals
Event
Thu, Mar 12, 2020 - 9:00 am
Managing for Wildlife - The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals
Event
Sat, Mar 7, 2020 - 10:30 am
until 2:30 pm
Dr. Linda Rohleder will discuss the steps to developing an invasive species management plan for your property, teach you to identify some common invasive species in our forests, and review the benefits and drawbacks of different management techniques. She will share her experiences writing her own forest stewardship plan for her 13-acre woodlands and some of the challenges she is trying to address as she works to restore the biodiversity of the forest.


Bring your own lunch and a dessert or side dish to share! We’ll provide drinks and snacks.
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Every year, millions of Americans hunt and fish in the woods.
Event
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 - 4:00 pm
until 1:00 pm
Save the Date!

More details at www.DelawareHighlands.org/watw
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Deer Management for Forest Landowners and Managers is a new book offering case studies, illustrations, and stories that can help guide decisions in managing deer populations among many other objectives.
Event
Mon, Jun 24, 2019 - 8:30 pm
until 4:00 pm
Women's Pollinator Workshop

Monday, June 24, 8:30 AM-4:00 PM

Join other women landowners and land management professionals to grow your network and learn about:

-The importance of pollinators and native species

-Creating and enhancing pollinator habitat

-Invasive plant removal

-Financial and technical assistance programs

-And much more
Event
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 - 3:00 pm
until 4:30 pm
Join ForestHER NC landowners, natural resource professionals, and others for the second of four interactive webinars about managing for wildlife! In this webinar we will discuss common invasive plants of North Carolina, how they adversely impact wildlife, and some of the challenges with invasive plant control. We will also introduce you to landscaping with native plants and highlight some favorite trees, shrubs, perennials, vines and grasses that benefit pollinators, birds, mammals, and other wildlife.
Article
Pollinator Pathway pioneers: Louise Washer, director of the Norwalk River Watershed Association; Donna Merrill, executive director of the Wilton Land Conservation Trust; Mary Ellen Lemay, facilitator for the Hudson to Housatonic Regional Conservation Partnership (H2H), outreach coordinator for the Aspetuck Land Trust and chairman of the Trumbull Conservation Commission; and Kimberly Stoner, who works in the Department of Entomology at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, at Keeler Ridge Meadows. Photo: Erik Trautmann
Article
Planting a hard mast species is a great way to add beauty to your property and improve its value for wildlife. And in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be a welcome diversion to get your hands in the dirt and establish new plant life in your backyard.
Event
Thu, Mar 26, 2020 - 9:00 am
until 4:00 pm
The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals

Meet other women woodland owners and natural resource professionals in your area.

Learn about:

• Invasive Plants and Their Impact on Wildlife

• Identifying Birds by Sight and Sound

• Native Landscaping for Wildlife

• Managing Your Woods and Fields for Wildlife

• Human-Wildlife Interactions

Pre-registration is required.

Lunch and continuing education credits provided. (CFE, EE and TWS)
Event
Thu, Mar 19, 2020 - 9:00 am
Managing for Wildlife - The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals
Event
Thu, Mar 12, 2020 - 9:00 am
Managing for Wildlife - The Third in a Series of Workshops for Women Woodland Owners and Natural Resource Professionals