By David Apsley
Our July 9th program will be held virtually and will touch on a wide range of woodland health issues ranging from insects and diseases (both native and non-native) to a lack of desirable regeneration in the understory. The program will focus on the benefits of and how to use the “HealthyWoods” phone app which was developed by University of Kentucky and University of Tennessee Extension in cooperation with Ohio State University and other extension programs in the eastern US https://healthywoodsapp.org/. This new resources was developed to help you to quickly and easily identify common issues facing your woodland.
Our featured presenter will be Ellen Crocker, Ph.D. a Forest Health Extension Specialist from the University of Kentucky. Ellen was instrumental in the development of this useful resource for woodland owners.
We highly recommend downloading HealthyWoods from your app. store prior to the program. It is available in both Android and iOS.