VOORHEESVILLE, N.Y. — The New York Forest Owners Association – Capital District Chapter is pleased to present “Managing Your Woodlot for Wildlife.” Join us for this insightful program on Saturday, September 28th from 10am to 3pm at the John Boyd Thacher State Park Visitors Center’s Helderberg Room, 830 Thacher Park Road, Voorheesville, NY.
Speakers will include:
- Dr. Scott Stoleson, Research Wildlife Biologist with Forest Service’s Northern Research Station, PA: “The Importance of Creating Openings via Clear-Cutting and Other Management Techniques
to Benefit Wildlife.”
- Dr. Walt Carson, Associate Professor of Biology, University of Pittsburgh: “White-Tailed Deer Impacts on Forest Regeneration & Will There Be Another Northern
- Andy Weik, Wildlife Biologist, Ruffed Grouse Society & Woodcock Society, NYS: “Forest Management For Woodcock & Grouse and Young Forest Initiative”
Other exciting activities will include a chainsaw raffle, a silent auction and a door prize.
A $25 pre-registration fee is required, as seating is limited. This fee includes both a morning coffee break and a light lunch. Please contact Laura (NYFOA CDC Secretary) by September 16th at: email@example.com.
–New York Forest Owners Association – Capital District Chapter
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