MU Extension events calendar


Calendar options
Location
Category

Begin 
Show
Search

 


Professional development events

    Related Calendars

    Missouri 4-H events

    Missouri Business Development Program calendar

    Nursing Outreach Conferences

    CAFNR events calendar

    University of Missouri calendar

    Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Woodland Stewards (Session 1 of 2)

    When:  Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    Where:  
    MDC Office
    783 Thunder Mountain Road, Camdenton MO map...

    Description:

    Landowners attending this webinar session will learn how natural and human forests have shaped the forest in this region and the importance of this knowledge when developing management plans and practices on their forests.

    Session topic:

    Getting to Know Your Woodlands Southern forests are among the most diverse and productive in the world. These forests have evolved over tens of thousands of years through natural as well as human forces. Today’s Southern forests range from natural stands of hardwood, cypress, and pine to planted pines and even hardwoods from the mountains of Missouri and Virginia to the swamps of Louisiana and Florida. Landowners attending this session will learn how natural and human forests have shaped the forest in this region and the importance of this knowledge when developing management plans and practices on their forests.

    Registration:

    Please contact Patricia Barrett on email at barrettpr@missouri.edu or call 573 369-2394. The conference has a separate registration at www.forestandwoodland.org.

    Cost:

    $0.00

    Facilitator:

    Patricia Barrett, barrettpr@missouri.edu
    MU Extension in Miller County
    phone: 573-369-2394




    Woodland Stewards-Getting to Know Your Woodland

    When:  Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    Where:  
    200 N. Main, Courthouse, Rolla MO map...

    Description:

    Southern forests are among the most diverse and productive in the world. These forests have evolved over tens of thousands of years through natural as well as human forces. Today's Southern forests range from natural stands of hardwood, cypress, and pine to planted pines and even hardwoods from the mountains of Missouri and Virginia to the swamps of Louisiana and Florida. Landowners attending this session will learn how natural and human forests have shaped the forest in this region and the importance of this knowledge when developing management plans and practice on their forests.

    Cost:

    $0.00

    Facilitator:

    Sarah Havens, havenss@missouri.edu
    MU Extension in Phelps County
    phone: 573-458-6260