Families, just like yours, own approximately 3/4 of the 8.1 million acres of woodlands in Ohio. Yet often folks do not know where to turn for advice and assistance when they need it. This program is specifically designed for you, the family woodland owner. It will cover a wide range of resources that are available to help you care for the woodlands on your property. There are many different reasons to manage your woodlands, and several of those options will be discussed at this program. Foresters, wildlife biologists, and other natural resource professionals from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, local Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Ohio State University Extension will be on hand to answer your questions and discuss how they can help you to improve the health of your woodland.
This program will take place on July 12 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM at the Vinton Furnace State Forest, near McArthur, OH.
For a map with directions to help you find the forest, click here: Directions – Experimental Forest
For a brochure with registration information, click here: A DAY in THE WOODS 2019 Brochure Final Low Res-20zbq6d
A $12 registration fee entitles participants to lunch and program materials. To help us make preparations, please RSVP no later than Monday, July 8 by mailing a registration form, calling 740-596-5212 (OSU Extension Vinton County) or emailing Dave at email@example.com.
Since 2012, “A Day in the Woods” has offered more than 60 programs with more than 100 presenters for woodland owners and enthusiasts just like you.
“A Day in the Woods” and the “2nd Friday Series” are sponsored by the Education and Demonstration Subcommittee of the Vinton Furnace State Forest with support from Ohio State University Extension, ODNR-Divisions of Forestry and Wildlife, USDA-Forest Service (Northern Research Station, State and Private Forestry and the Wayne NF), USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Ohio Department of Agriculture, Vinton-Hocking-Athens Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Central State University Extension, the National Wild Turkey Federation, Pixelle Specialty Solutions, Ohio Tree Farm Committee, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hocking College, the Ruffed Grouse Society, and Ohio’s SFI Implementation Committee.