Woods Walk at Angus Glen Farms - Watkins Glen, NY

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Woods Walk at Angus Glen Farms - Watkins Glen, NY

Time: September 18, 2014 from 9:30am to 12pm
Location: Angus Glen Farms
Street: 3050 Station Road
City/Town: Watkins Glen, NY
Event Type: woods, walk
Organized By: Southern Finger Lakes Chapter of the NY Forest Owners Association
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2014

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Join host Brett Chedzoy, regional forester for Cornell Cooperative Extension, for a tour of the family Tree Farm and beef cattle operation.  Topics that will be viewed and discussed include: the benefits of sustainable woodlot management; value-added firewood and lumber operations; profitable forest plantations; strategies for the control of invasive plants; and silvopasturing – the sustainable production of quality timber and livestock on the same land.  The walk will take place rain or shine, and participants should expect to walk about 1 mile in forest conditions.  Sponsored by the Southern Finger Lakes Chapter of the NY Forest Owners Association (www.nyfoa.org), this event is free and open to the public – all are welcome.  For further information, please contact Brett at: bjc226@cornell.edu, or by phone: 607-742-3657.  RSVP’s are not required.   

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