COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri Extension kicks off a new year of Missouri Woodland Steward programs to help natural resource enthusiasts learn more about how to preserve woodlands.
MU Extension state forestry specialist Hank Stelzer and natural resources field specialist Sarah Havens will teach the webinars Tuesday evenings in January and February.
Topics include basic tree identification, planting native trees and shrubs, selling timber, managing woodlands for timber and wildlife, and invasive plants.
Classes run Jan. 12-Feb. 16. Participants may choose three of the six sessions or all six.
Register at extension.missouri.edu/events/missouri-woodland-steward-winter-webinar-series, or contact Havens at email@example.com or 573-247-3082. ADA accommodations are available.
— Linda Geist, University of Missouri Extension
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