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Summer Camp Webinar: Prairies and Pollinators

Virtual

Women are the superhero allies of pollinators, champions of the role bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects play on our land. With the decline of pollinators due to invasive species, habitat loss and pesticide use, our role is more critical than ever.   Come learn about practical ways to build your land into a sanctuary […]

Trees For Tomorrow Forest Fest

Trees For Tomorrow, 519 E Sheridan St, Eagle River, WI 54521, USA 200 E Sheridan St, United States

Attendees learn about the heritage and legacy of Wisconsin’s timber industry, and modern day techniques and equipment through demonstrations, exhibits and hands-on activities. Programs that focus on sustainable management of our natural resources include wood harvesting, wood products, wilderness, wildlife, water qualityand recreation. Forest Fest also features logging equipment demonstrations, exhibits, horse-drawn wagon rides, children’s […]

Learn About Your Land Classes – Wood County

Biron Town Hall 451 Kahoun Rd, Wisconsin Rapids

SERIES: August 8-29! These classes cover many but not all topics relevant to woodland owners. Do you want more information or personalized advice? That’s where we can help, free of charge. WDNR foresters want to build relationships with woodland owners like yourself and are happy to answer your questions or visit your property to offer […]

Summer Camp Webinar: Cover Crops – Nature’s Undervalued Rock Stars

Virtual

Soil health is rooted in promoting diverse and active soil biological communities. Continued use of cover crops to feed soil organisms during non-production times of the year can foster many soil health benefits, from increased nutrient availability to reduced soil compaction. Jamie will talk about cover crop species commonly used in Wisconsin – their potential […]