Want to learn more about attracting wildlife to your land? Do you want to learn how to identify the trees and shrubs on your property? How about putting trees and shrubs to work to block the wind and blowing snow, or produce specialty products you can use at home or sell? Do you have some trees with some disease or insect problems? Are the rabbits and deer munching on your trees?
To get answers to these and other tree and forest-related questions, be sure to come to the Central Region Woodland Stewardship Conference on Saturday, November 3, at the beautiful National Arbor Day Foundation's Lied Conference Center in Nebraska City, Neb. This conference is specifically designed to provide landowners in Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri with the knowledge and skills to manage their woodland and related resources using good stewardship principles. It is sponsored by state and extension forestry programs in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.
The day-long event is packed with information-filled sessions. The conference begins at 9 a.m. with registration and refreshments and adjourns at 4 p.m.
Tree Health Care
Conference registration is $30 per person until October 26. Late registration is $35 per person. The registration fee includes a great buffet luncheon, refreshments and handout materials. Conference enrollment is limited to 250, so register early to ensure your place. For more information or a conference brochure, contact:
Paul Wray at (515) 294-1168
Charlie Barden at (785) 532-1444
Brian Brookshire at (573) 751-4115
Dennis Adams at (402) 472-5822
This conference is sponsored by state and extension forestry programs in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.