Timber harvest is a tool you can utilize to not only provide much needed income, but also to help you achieve a wide range of goals from improving forest health to enhancing wildlife habitat. However, without proper planning and implementation, harvests can have long-term negative consequences for your woodland and for your family’s ability to earn a sustainable income from your property in the future.
Timber Harvesting-Things to Consider, a program designed to help you make informed decisions about harvesting timber, will take place at the Zaleski – ODNR Complex on September 13. If you are thinking about selling timber in the future, consider attending this workshop where you will have the opportunity to:
Learn how to make sure your timber harvest is compatible with your goal
Obtain information on how to market and sell your timber to ensure you receive a competitive price
Understand where to get help with planning and implementation of your timber harvest
Visit properly planned and implemented timber harvests at Zaleski State Forest
Learn about Call Before You Cut (1-877-424-8288 or http://callB4Ucut.com) and other available resources
The program starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 3:30 PM. A registration fee of $12 will cover the cost of lunch and program materials.
Please RSVP by calling OSU Extension Vinton County at 740-596-5212, or email Dave Apsley at email@example.com by September 9. The Zaleski ODNR Complex is located at 29371 Wheelabout Road, McArthur, Ohio 45651
“A Day in the Woods” and the “2nd Friday Series” programs run from May through November and are sponsored by the Education and Demonstration Subcommittee of the Vinton Furnace State Forest with support from Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Department of Natural Resources Divisions of Forestry and Wildlife, Central State University Extension, USDA Forest Service, Vinton County Soil and Water Conservation District, National Wild Turkey Federation, Pixelle Specialty Solutions, Ohio Tree Farm Committee, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hocking College, and Ohio’s SFI Implementation Committee.