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Getting Started in Your Woods: 5 Things Every Vermont Woodland Owner Should Know

 

Meeting Description:

Vermont’s forest is 80% privately owned. As a woodland owner, how you care for and engage with your land can have significant impact on our forested landscape. Whether you are new to woodland ownership, or newly engaging with your land, this webinar will provide you with some tips and tools for getting started, including 5 things every Vermont woodland owner should know.

Details
Date: Thu, Nov 1, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Woods, Wildlife and Warblers
 Presenter Information
Kate Forrer
 
Kate Forrer is a Community Forest Specialist with University of Vermont Extension.  Her work focuses on developing educational programs and resources for municipalities, forestry professionals and homeowners in planning and caring for trees and forests.  She has successfully implemented several collaborative outreach and education projects for Vermonters including vtinvasives.org, the Backyard Woods Progam and most recently ourVTwoods.org. Her current work is focused on building community capacity around recreation in town forests.  Kate has a M.S. in Forest Ecology from University of Vermont and is a licensed VT Forester and an ISA Certified Arborist.

Caroline Kuebler
 
Caroline Kuebler is the Senior Manager of Woodland Owner Engagement with the American Forest Foundation. She develops tools and resources for landowners, including the www.MyLandPlan.org website and the Tips for Landowners emails.  She has been with AFF since 2008 overseeing projects such as the national management plan template with the US Forest Service and NRCS, and Farm Bill resources for landowners.