Clemson University

Half and Half Webinar Series: Conservation Easements for Working Forests and Wintertime Invasive Plant Control

Do you wish to preserve the natural beauty and rural appeal of your land, while still being able to harvest timber? Does winter seem like a missed opportunity to improve habitat on your property? Then this FREE webinar is for you!

 

Janet Steele, Area Forestry and Wildlife Agent will present on how Conservation Easements can serve as a management tool for maintaining working family forests following ownership transitions, and introduce the components of the Conservation Easement process.

 

Sean Bowers, Area Forestry and Wildlife Agent will present on various types of invasive plant species, the ecological damage these species cause, and strategies for management during winter months.

 

Register here: https://clemson.zoom.us/j/98668915573?pwd=OHlFZU4ybmk2cGw4alB0cXhmQWhPQT09

 

Wednesday, January 20 at 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Cooperative Extension

Departments

Cooperative Extension Service, Forestry and Wildlife Resources, Statewide

Target Audience

General Public

Website

https://clemson.zoom.us/j/98668915573...

Cost

FREE

Contact Name:

Sean Bowers

Contact Phone:

843-904-9318

Contact Email:

sbower3@clemson.edu

Notes:

This is the second of the half and half webinar series. This webseries covers two management topics in every presentation.

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