The annual Ohio Woodland, Water, and Wildlife Conference is for you if you work in natural resources, manage land, or both. The agenda features 15 expert-led sessions grouped in three tracks—woodlands, water, and wildlife—and is set for March 6 in Mansfield. Topics in the tracks range from managing tree galls to using drones, mitigating algal blooms to managing geese, conserving birds to helping bumble bees. Check out the full list of topics and speakers.
Registration is $80 and is due by Thursday, Feb. 28. Continuing education and pesticide recertification credits are being offered for attending. Find out more and register online, or register using the form in the brochure.
Organizing the event is CFAES’ Ohio Woodland Stewards Program. (Photo: Wood duck male, Getty Images.)